Graduated from the Royal college of Art in 2019 in Textile Mixed Media and Cultural and Historical Studies, Céline Ducret uses textile, sculpture, writing and installation as artistic medium. She is interested in structures of domination and underlying societal mechanisms, in particular the hierarchical relationships between geological, living and human elements. Through her research, she illustrates the interconnectivity of elements that leave traces, and questions senses of scale and distance in spaces while decentralizing the human. Creating an imaginary world that opens up new narratives, she questions herself and the viewer on the idea of an intangible world of imperceptible datas, linked to the physical tangibility of elements. The immaterial also includes the idea of archives and the way organic materials can be translated into synthetic objects.