Angelika Markul lives and works in Paris. She graduated at the National School of Fine Arts of Paris, with a recognition in the multimedia lab of Christian Boltanski.
She has recently received the Coal 2016 Award, which recognizes the work of artists whose art is environmentally compromised. She also received the Sam Art award in 2013.
Among her recent individual exhibitions, we can find Terre de départ, at the Palais de Tokyo (2014), and Naturaleza Reimaginada, currently on display at the Muntref in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Her artistic practice shifts between video, sculpture and installation, contributing with a poetic and plastic vision about dangerous or conflicting situations. Her works, dark and powerful, draw a map of humanity back to the most remote places. She is interested in uncommon and isolated landscapes; being time, memory, mankind and nature the common thread of her work.