Olivier Feverole was born in 1969. After studying business at the University of St. Gallen, he worked for various multinationals in the field of finance and consulting. Deeply self-taught and independent by nature, he became interested in Human/Machine interactions, in this case computer science, and then, more globally, in Hominian interactions, with a particular passion for contemporary history and the Second World War. He then turned to consulting activities related to the 4th industrial revolution and cloud computing. From this technological learnings and human experiences, the idea of diverting computers and high-tech tools to artistic ends was born. His creations are based on labyrinths and their different symbolism, which are, for him, allegories of existence.
For more information, read his labyrinth manifesto