Fabrice Hyber

Crédit photo : Valérie Zeitoun/Institut Pasteur

Crédit photo : Valérie Zeitoun/Institut Pasteur

Fabrice Hyber was born in 1961 in Luzon. He works in a variety of areas and media: his method is based on accumulations, proliferations, hybridizations and he operates in constant shifts between drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, video, as well as business and commerce.

In 1981, he obtained tubes of lipstick from the cosmetics firm Liliane France to make his first painting, 1m2 of lipstick.

In 1990, he made the world’s biggest soap, 22 tons molded in a dump truck, with the support of Chimiotechnique SED idéal.

In 1994, he created UR (Unlimited Responsibility) whose goal is to empower producers, to go through and connect various territories and especially, to take action, to create. SARL Unlimited Responsibility produces his objects, including the POFs (Prototypes of Functioning Objects ), that the public can test and manipulate (such as POF No. 65: Square ball) and the projects of other artists, such as Jean-Luc Moulène, Jacques Villéglé, Uri Tzaig…

In 1997, Fabrice Hyber transformed the French pavilion at the Venice Biennale into a recording studio and received the Golden Lion. He is involved in an international club of entrepreneurs : DAC, formerly Wollways, a network of production sites.



Website : hyber.tv
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