Chourouk Hriech develops her work essentially around drawing and installation. Her research is based on the observation of changing urban landscapes, a navigation through the worlds she examines, and which are available to her. She practices exclusively black and white drawing and invests medias that are as diverse as they are singular, including paper, walls and everyday objects. Her work transcends time and space by reshaping modern and ancient architectural motives while setting up, simultaneously, imaginary spaces and mental architectures.
She graduated with a degree in history and art history from Lyon’s University Lumière. She then joined the School of Fine Arts of Lyon, graduating in 2002. Recent exhibitions include La distance en son lieu, Artothèque of Pessac (2018) and Kedem-Kodem-Kadima, CCA, Tel Aviv (2018). Chourouk’s work can be found in the Fonds Municipal d’Art Contemporain de la Ville de Paris (France), the Janelly and Jean-René Fourtou Foundation (France), the Fonds Communal d’Art Contemporain de Marseille (France), the CDG (Morocco), the Collection SAMART Project (France).