ROMAIN CAZIER (BE)
Residency period: September 2022
Romain Cazier is a creative coder based in Brussels. Having graduated from ECAL in Media and Interaction Design, Romain has always had an interest in using code for creative purposes. Currently he operates within EPRC, a studio co-founded with the graphic designer Emilie Pillet, where he creates websites and tools for European institutions working in the field of culture and design. Renewing an experimental practice initiated during his studies, he seeks to implement his technical and creative abilities for his own research.
The aim of Romain Cazier’s residency project was to reflect on many aspects of the Internet’s impact on our society, particularly through the creation of alternative communication tools.