Born in 1977 in Madagascar, lives and works between France and Madagascar.
After training at the School of Art of Madagascar, Joël Andrianomearisoa graduated in the 2000’s from the École Spéciale d’Architecture of Paris. His works are composed of various materials such as textile, paper or wood. Black and white are predominant in his installations that each time offer a sensitive and often theatrical experience. His works, created in Madagascar or in the Creuse area in France, feature basic materials that fold, crumple or mix to reveal radical geometric forms. In 2019, he represented Madagascar for the first time at the 58th Venice International Biennale.