Raphaële Bidault-Waddington, was born in Rouen in 1971, lives in Paris and has been creating since 2000 artistic, theoretical and future laboratories in France and abroad (Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, UK, USA, Mexico, Uruguay, Ivory Coast, Georgia, Iran, Dubai, China,  etc.).


For an overview of all her laboratories see the page dedicated to LIID Future Lab, which orchestrates her research ecosystem and eventually work with/for a variety of organizations (universities, cultural places, cities, companies, think-tanks, etc. – see modalities on dedicated website


Her exhibitions (list and links below), publications and conferences punctuate the research, experiments and productions carried in the laboratories.


Wikipedia page   –  Academia page



Wikipedia page   –  Academia page






2021-22: Toward Alien Cosmologies, prospective of an anthropological reset, HiFlow, Geneva.

2016: Semiospace, a Spaced-Out Artistic Experiment, exhibition, conference and book launch, Forde gallery, Geneva, Switzerland.

2015: Grand Paris Future Lab, performative installation and collaborative research program, with Paris La Villette School of Architecture, CNAM Prospective Studies Dept., Centre Michel Serres, Atelier International du Grand Paris, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France.

2014: Semiospace, exhibition and conference-performance (with curator Sylvain Menétrey), Corner College, Zurich, Switzerland. Curator: Stefan Wagner.

2013: Mesopolis, Atelier Martel Architecture, Paris, France.

2012: Paris Galaxies, a Vision for the Grand Paris, Paris College of Art (ex-Parsons School Paris), Paris, France.

2012: Mental Matter II, Silencio Club, Paris, France.

2011: Mental Matter, Espace d’En Bas gallery, Paris, France. Curator: Jean-Louis Chapuis

2007: Exposition Universelle / Shanghai World Expo, France Fiction gallery, Paris, France.

2005: Red-Blue-White, France Fiction gallery, Paris, France.

2004: White Noise, Surface to Air, Paris, France.

2001: Volatil- Volatile-Volatility, Paris Project Room gallery, Colette Boutique and Magazine ®, Paris, France.

2000: Zone of Aesthetic Intelligence, private viewing, Paris, France.





2022: Tomorrow & Elsewhere, The Film Gallery, Paris. Curator: +/- L’Epicerie.

2016: Manifesta, parallel event to Donate to Curate, Zurich, Switzerland. Curator: Stefan Wagner

2016: The Green Chill Project, Espace des Blancs-Manteaux, Paris, France.

2015: Artes Mechanicaes, Spooky Action at a Distance, Corner College, Zurich. Curator: Dimitrina Sevova.

2013: Cities Methodologies, exhibition and conference, Urban Lab, Slade Research Center, University College London, London.

2010: The Incidental Person (after John Latham), Apex Art gallery, New York, USA. Curator: Antony Hudek (with Barbara Stieveni, Gianni Motti, Luca Frei, Will Holder, Harrell Fletcher, Eric Steen, J. Zimmerman, etc.).

2008: International Times: New Works of Art by Young Foreign Artists, 78 Lyndhurst, Peckham, London, UK. Curator: Hannah Barry.

2007: Building and Breaking: Drawing in Pencil, 78 Lyndhurst, Peckham, London, UK. Curator: H. Barry.

2006: Talking Cures, the Discursive as Heuristic Medium, MOCA MAAS/Hedah Art Center, Maastricht, Netherland. Curator: Antony Hudek (with Gianni Motti, Falke Pisano, Olivier Foulon, Inga Zimprich, L. Pozzi).

2006: The Force of Art / la Triennale I, The Uncertain Laboratory, Grand Palais, Paris, France. Curator: Hou Hanru. Contribution to the Donnant/Donnant project by Antonio Gallego and Jean-Louis Chapuis.

2005: France-China Presidential Program, Maison de l’Architecture d’Ile de France, Paris, France.

2004: L’atelier de Peirécie, Maison Folie Wazemmes, Lille 2004 European Capital of Culture, France. Curator: Cécile Paris and Jean-Louis Chapuis.

2004: Christiania, Over Gaden Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen.

2003: My Small Company, Contemporary Art Center, Meymac, France. Curator: Caroline Bissière and Jean-Paul Blanchet (with Mattieu Mercier, Atelier Von Lieshout, NE Thing, Yann Toma/Ouest Lumière, Andrea Crews, Readymades belong to everyone, Gille Mahé, Soussan Ltd, etc.).

2003: Summer Stage Program, “Feed-Back” Festival, Parc de la Villette, Paris, France. Curator: Frédéric Mazelly.

2002: PING, Espace Console, Paris, France. Curator: Muriel Colin-Barant.

2001: Inside Out, Home Sweet Home program, French Insitute of Architecture, Paris. Curator: Fiona Meadows.

2000 : +/- L’Epicerie #3, Paris. Curator: Jean-Louis Chapuis.





2020: Poetics and Foresight in Paris Ars Universalis (Fr), critics by foresight expert Georges Amar, Futur Hebdo #4.

2020: Creativity can help to imagine projects and solutions (Fr), interview,

2020: A Greater Paris… in 2035 (Fr), critics of Paris Ars Universalis book by Julien Descalles, Grand Paris Développement Magazine #33.

2020: Arts, Design and Fiction to reveal the Greater Paris Urban Identity (Fr), critics of Paris Ars Universalis by Mathieu Flonneau,

2019: Is the Sky the Future of Water? (Fr), Daré Pejic,

2019: The Greater Paris Seen in a Fictional Futurology Essay (Fr), critics of Paris Ars Universalis by Jacky Bornet, Culture Box,

2017: Paris Ars Universalis, critics by Gérard Lacoste, in Futuribles Review N°421.

2017: Paris Ars Universalis, critics by Jean Haëntjens,

2017: Interview in 7/8 TV program “Expo Universelle 2025: Paris Saclay peut-il l’emporter?”, TVFil 78 webtv.

2017: Paris Ars Universalis, Scénario-Fiction d’un Futur Grand Paris, selected by Ewen Chardronnet on

2017: Radio interview in duo with Aurélien Bellanger, by Dominique Jenvrey on

2013: Mañana, Arte y Cerebro article, and Que Sea con Otros, El Arte Colectivo como Base de Transformacion y Orientador del Futuro, interview by L. Rey, La Diaria, Montevideo, Uruguay.

2013: Raphaële Bidault-Waddington, when Creation Infiltrates the Mechanics of Companies (Fr), portrait in Enterprise Magazine n°147, Paris.

2012: Interview by Dominique Jenvrey in

2012: The Artist as an Entrepreneur and the Entrepreneur as an Artist (Fr), essay by Norbert Hillaire in The Artist, an Entrepreneur, Impressions Nouvelles publishing, Brussels.

2011: interview in Les Cahiers de la Ville Responsable #2, Paris.

2011: Review of Mental Matter exhibition at Espace d’En Bas, by Isabelle de Maison Rouge, Art Actuel Magazine, Paris.

2011: Salut l’Artiste, Isabelle de Maison Rouge, Cavalier Bleu publishing, Paris.

2011: En Bas, article by Eileen Sommermann (about the Mental Matter exhibition), Hunter & Cook Magazine #8, Toronto.

2008: I Believe in God, I Believe in Market (Fr), critics by Maxence Alcalde, Marges #8 academic publication (Art and Images Research Dept., Paris 8 University), Paris.

2003: Promising initiatives at the crossroad of art and economy, by Eric Mezan, in Art Market Special Issue, L’Oeil Review, Paris.