Raphaële Bidault-Waddington (born 1971, lives and works in Paris) is an artist, researcher and forecasting specialist. She exhibits her photographic
compositions and conceptual diagrams, publishes literary
and academic critical texts, and performs lectures at experimental collaborative workshops. Since 2000, under the name of LIID, she engaged vast prospective and urban research projects in which she dares to imagine the future of art, economy, and the city in a digital era.
bilingual edition (English / French)
This publication is part of an artistic and performative project conceived by artist Raphaële Bidault-Waddington and critic Sylvain Menétrey. Part poetic neologism, part scientific concept, the semiospace, as a linguistic creation, seems to mirror Bidault-Waddington's practice—the creation of hybrid objects at once cognitive models borrowed from science, and exuberant fictions.