Cyril Lancelin (born in 1975, Lyon, France) is a french artist.
After 15 years working for some of the most influential architects and artists in Paris and Los Angeles, Cyril Lancelin decided to start his own studio in 2016.
Combining technology and art, he envisions Sculptures and Images bringing the viewer in his digital world, mixing fiction and reality.
He is questioning the artificial landscape.
Using parametric tools, he utilizes a vocabulary of classical shapes and volumetric spaces essential to create unique structures. In his vision, forms are used at the architectural scale to create experiential art.
His work often engages the public in immersive installations, forcing the viewer to question their own relationship toward their built environment.
The experience that the public will draw is essential in its approach. Sharing those moments is part of the work. He has also started his work as an artist by sharing on social networks, imagined houses and world not built he draws assisted by a computer and software design.
All his works on paper or built are always associated with the relationship to the human body, questioning the scale, but mainly bringing identity inside each social image.
His project highlights our “social cloud” that define our daily lives.
Current projects are underway in Dubai, Paris and London.
Lives and Works in Lyon.