Born in France, Grégoire Dupond moved in 2018 from Europe to British Columbia in Canada.
After training in Sciences, he joined Les Ateliers ENSCI in Paris in the early 90s to study Industrial Design, then London UK to design and produce hand made printed and coated textiles for fashion collection prototypes.
Since the late 90s he has produced works in video / 3D illustration and animation, photography, interactive installations, sculpture, and 2D / 3D recording and processing for cultural heritage and art fabrication, working with renown institutions and artists across Europe and abroad.
From 2006, 10 years of experimentations with Factum Arte in Madrid, Spain, then Bologna, Italy, under the mentorship of Adam Lowe opened up many ways and practical but far-reaching alternative ideas and processes, tightly intertwined with the need for new and diverse types of digital mediation in media arts and installations.
He is exploring the problematics opened up by digital technologies, especially how meaning, aesthetics and discourses are informed by cutting edge processing, visualization and fabrication processes.
He is working at creating contemporary narratives where physicality, science, nature and digital media coalesce.
Over the last years extended reality (XR VR) has become a continuous interest with content production and development, coding VR visualization software for live and recorded performances and animations.