Patrick Corillon lives and works in Paris and Liege. He teaches at the Fine Arts School of Nantes and is represented by the In Situ Gallery in Paris. He has done exhibitions at Documenta IX in 1992, the Sao-Paulo Biennale in 1994, Lyons in 1995, Sydney in 2002 and Brussels in 2008. His work has been exhibited at the Tate Gallery and the Royal College of Art in London; the Georges Pompidou Centre and Palais de Tokyo in Paris; the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels and Charleroi in Belgium; the De Appel Foundation and Witte de With in the Netherlands and the Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon. Galleries that showed his work are: Galerie des Archives (Paris), Marconi (Milan), Massimo Minini (Brescia), Albert Baronian (Brussels), Modulo (Lisbon), Produtzenten (Hamburg), Nicole Klagsbrun (New York), Yvon Lambert (Paris), Tania Rumpff (Haarlem). He has done public commissions for: Manufacture des Gobelins; Nantes Trams; the Brussels Parliament; the collegiate church of St Waudru, Mons; Sittard New Town (Netherlands); Metz University; the Théâtre des Abbesses, Paris… His works are featured in the following public collections: Pompidou Centre, FNAC, Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, FRAC Pays de Loire, PACA, Burgundy, Languedoc-Roussillon, Limousin, Alsace, Picardy… (France); Contemporary Art Museums of Antwerp, Gent, Ixelles, Communauté Wallonie-Bruxelles… (Belgium); Polk Museum, Florida. Since 2007, Patrick Corillon has been engaged in several theatre projects in which his sculptures and objects play a significant role ; amongst them the LOD productions The Devil Bedeviled (Thomas Smetryns), The Blind (Daan Janssens) and The Incredible Changes of Mister Afzal (we won’t mention his glass leg) (Pieter De Buysser, Thomas Smetryns). In september 2016 La Maison Vague premiered, a collaboration with composer Thomas Smetryns and director Dominique Roodthooft.