Laure Provost (born 1978, Lille) is an artist whose work explores ideas of translation between languages and across different media such as painting, video, sound and installation.
She has lived in London since 2002, featuring on the LUX Associate Artists Programme, and was founding the online exhibition platform tank.tv. In 2011 Prouvost was awarded the Max Mara Art Prize for Women in conjunction with Whitechapel Gallery, London, where she will have a solo exhibition in February 2013. Upcoming exhibitions include, MOT International, Tate Britain (with Adam Chodzko), and Morra Greco Foundation, Naples in 2013. Previous presentations include CCA (Glasgow), Time Again, Sculpture Center (New York), Portikus, (Frankfurt), Spike Island (Bristol), Extra City Kunsthal (Antwerp) (2011) and the National Centre for Contemporary Art (Moscow). Laure has also screened work in film festivals internationally and won the Principal Prize at both the 56th and 57th Oberhausen Film Festivals.