Héloïse Delègue (b.1989) is an artist based in Paris. Her practice quasi resembles a chronicler’s process who researches through voyeurism. She uses a combination of painting, drawing, writing, collage, and textiles which she then assemble into installations. Visually diaring contemporary life, using witty pop up associations, affecting sentiment and nostalgia as well as, at times, fear and anger, she tackle subjects that are universally human: identity, gender, power structures, relationships and sexuality. She holds an MFA from Goldsmiths College (2018) and a BA in Visual Arts from the Sorbonne University (2013). She has been exhibited internationally in London, Freiburg, Luxembourg, Hangzhou, Rio de Janeiro, Gothenburg and Paris. Exhibitions include Spooning sucks (Solo) at Galerie fur Gegenwartkunst (supported by the French Institute), Scopophilia at Deptford X Gallery (Solo), Unreal Estates (supported by Arts Council UK), Delightful disappointments at Goldsmiths College, Body at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, Trading Rites at Peter van Kant, Vulnerability Room at GIBCA Extended, Tribulations at GKA Gallery (Solo).