Maïder Fortuné, studied literature and theatre before entering Le Fresnoy National Studio for Contemporary Arts, where she developed a performance-related practice of the technological image. With its great formal rigor, Fortuné’s work commands all the viewer’s attention for a genuine experience of the image and its processes. Recently, her practice turned to more narratives preoccupations. Her work has been exhibited internationaly. In 2020, Communicating Vessels won the Ammodo Tiger short award at IFFR Rotterdam.