Runtime 3:00 Music by Lafayette Elvire Bonduelle attended the Ecole des Beaux-arts of Paris in 2000 where she mainly works in Richard Deacon's studio and receives her diploma (Diplôme national supérieur d'arts plastiques) in 2005. Since 2004, she has been making "sort of" functional sculptures, through which, questions relative to conformity, norm, and the freedom of uses, as well as attitudes towards domestic space and comfort are being interrogated. Her work can be partially affiliated to relational aesthetics and has gained support from Tom Eccles, Liam Gillick, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Philippe Parreno, and Beatrix Ruf, who curated To the Moon via the Beach, Arènes d’Arles, 2012 in which she participated. Elvire Bonduelle has exhibited in France and abroad: The Rotating Painting Show, galerie laurent mueller, Paris and Galerie Van Gelder, Amsterdam, 2015; Pour Faire Joli, Sabrina Amrani Gallery, Madrid, 2012; L’art, le joli et le fonctionnel, Onestar Press, Paris, 2012. Among her group shows are Waiting Room #4, Sperling, Munich, 2015, New Archive at LACA, Los Angeles Contemporary Archive, Los Angeles, California, 2014 and Book Machine, Un Nouveau Festival, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 2013.