Capucine Vever develops a contextual practice surrounding the notion of the invisible, the unattainable and the imperceptible. Whether geographic, social and/or cultural, the land is central in her artistic practice. Her work tends to engage in a poetic relationship, by harnessing the potential narrative of each space. Her pieces begin with collages, analogies, constant frictions between reality and fiction, scientific research and narration, cartography and legend, displacement and immobilization.
Her work often develops during residencies: in Evry (Grand Paris Sud, 2019), Finis Terrae at the semaphore of Ouessant (2018), Eremi Arte (Abbruzes, Italy, 2017), Nekatoenea (Hendaye, 2017), In-Situ (General Council of Seine Saint-Denis, 2016), La Maison des Arts de Malakoﬀ (2014), La pommerie (St. Setiers, 2013), etc. In 2016, she received a grand for individual creation from the DRAC Île-de-France, following a CNC (National Center for Cinema and Animation) grant, received in 2014 to develop a sound walk in Paris and Malakoff, presented during a solo exhibition at the Maison des Arts de Malakoff (2014), during the Belleville biennial (2014) and affiliated with the KM1 project of Grand Paris Express (2016).