Born in Lyon in 1992, Quentin L’helgoualc’h got a DNSEP (Master degree in Plastic expression) at the School of Fine Arts of Montpellier in 2017. Then in 2018 he joined the Post-graduate Art program. He developed a plastic work mixing several mediums, such as sculpture, video, and drawing. In 2017 he directed Marlowe Drive, a documentary immersed in the virtual world, in collaboration with Ekiem Barbier and Guilhem Causse. In 2019 and 2020 he made two video pieces: Between Empty Things and Cristaux Liquides, which combine live action and 3D animation, to deal with the thin
relationship to digital spaces. In 2021 he joined the Fresnoy, the National Studio of Contemporary Arts, where he directed the fiction film Les Neiges électriques.