Ninon Ardisson is a French, London based artist working mainly with digital images, blending together various techniques from video to coding. She uses these time-based tools to explore architectural matters and memories. Her work is heavily concerned with the temporalisation of space, looking into places as receptacles where possibilities of times past, present and future are released.


After a BA at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, she expanded her skills at the Art Academy, before joining the Computational Arts MA at Goldsmiths. In June 2016, her work was included in the Future digital display at the Tate Modern, showcasing emerging artists in the Turbine Hall for the opening of the gallery's new extension. Notable group shows include New Art Now! in collaboration with Narotam Horn and Shwetal Patel at Unit 10, London; The Outsider Art Fair, in collaboration with Kilomètre Paris by Alexandra Senes, New York; Sound and Vision, at the Copeland Gallery, London; Please Stand By, at Chisenhale Art Place, London and Chin Up at the Chopping Block Gallery, London.