Born in 1989, Larissa Cluzet lives and works in Brussels since 2017.
Larissa Cluzet studied art history in École du Louvre and metal craft and design in Olivier de Serres, both in Paris.
She was part of Résidences, an artist-run collective space for contemporary jewelry in Paris, which exhibited in Munich during Munich Jewellery Week 2016. She is a member of the french association D’un bijou à l’autre which organizes a contemporary jewelry festival in Paris in fall 2017. She regularly assists artists in the studio or for curatorial researches. She was invited this summer to co-curate the show Exposé in Cagnes-sur-mer with seven other artists. She is a Paris-based contemporary jeweler whose works usually deals with materiality, mutations and power. She is also involved in cultural and artistic projects about queer feminist issues.