b. 1975, HCMC
Born in 1975 in Montpellier, France, Llouquet graduated from École Pilote Internationale d’Art et de Recherche – Villa Arson in 1999. She was a founding member of Wonderful District (2005-2011), a project that promoted contemporary art through exhibitions, concerts and theatre pieces, as well as a member of Mogas Station (2006-2007), a Vietnam-based artist collective. She is currently running Salon Saigon, a private museum of contemporary art in Ho Chi Minh city.
Llouquet’s work has been exhibited in numerous venues including the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, California and Tate Modern, London. In 2016 she presented a major project on the culture of Japan’s Edo Period including yokai (monsters), misemono goya (popular fair exhibitions) and rangaku (Dutch learning) at KENPOKU ART in Ibaraki, Japan (2016). She has also participated in a number of biennials with Mogas Station such as the Shenzhen Biennale (2007), the Singapore Biennale (2006) and in Migration Addicts – a collateral event of the 52nd Venice Biennale.