Marie Vic is a French artist who lives and works in New York City. She received her Diplôme d’Architecte from E.S.A (Paris) in 2007 and completed her MFA in photography at Parsons the New School for Design in 2010. Her recent work involves photography, sculpture and video. Her palette contains mundane elements: a toothbrush, a bucket, a shoe, or a splash of paint. She re-contextualises everyday objects focusing on the impact they have on life: they seem to play a part.
In 2010, Fri(e)eze, a series of instant photographs, was exhibited at Aperture Foundation in New York. Her sculpture Butt&Zoni was featured in Styles Français, an exhibition presented at Artcurial Auction House in Paris. Sculptures and photographs from her project Life! Sill were shown at Hendershot Gallery in New York. In 2011, her video 30SecsOf was presented at the art fair SCOPE in New York, and at Maison Revue Noire in Paris; it is now included in the collection of the F.R.A.C. (Fond Régional d'Art Contemporain) Réunion.