Juliet Davis (b 1991, France) is an artist and curator whose work spans across live performance, video, installation, and mixed media, always exploring lived experiences of the everyday and creating social situations where people are ‘activated’. She is also the co-founder of LEGROOM, a movement/art platform. In her curatorial projects she creates engaging situations for both artists and audience, between live art, sound, visual art and non-art practices.

From 2013 to 2015 she ran the project MUTO, a nomadic art centre working with artists from across Europe. She’s also a member of curatorial collective TOAST (2013 – ongoing, formerly based at Federation House, Manchester).

Festivals include Bétonsalon (Paris), Inact (Strasbourg), Excentricités (Besançon), BaM// (Chambéry) Manchester Art Gallery and The Whitworth Art Gallery (Manchester), Harris Flights (Preston), HEAD (Geneva), and Depo (Istanbul).

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