Laure Prouvost also worked as an assistant to Conceptual artist John Latham. In her work, Laure Prouvost skews expected and ordinary connections between image, perception, and language. Not afraid to go the non-traditional route, the artist explores a unique relationship between imagination and reality, as well as allows audiences to be open to abstract meaning in her work.
Laure Prouvost has exhibited her work throughout the U.K. and Europe. Her first museum exhibition in the United States was titled For Forgetting in 2014. In 2013, she won the Turner Prize for an installation called Wantee, which is her most regarded and well-known installation to date. (Artist website) Read Less