Obsolete Studio activates the dialogue between culture, critical creative practice and innovation to offer a new perspective on the issues of our society.

This hybrid approach enables our beneficiaries to explore outside of the box to adapt to new contexts and imagine their role at the forefront of digital and ecological transformations.

To achieve this goal we run educational programs, curate art exhibitions, produce original works, support public debate about contemporary issues.

Our mission is focused on three areas:

  • To promote contemporary art and facilitate access to culture through exhibitions and cultural events
  • To stimulate agility, critical dialogue and knowledge sharing through creative workshops, training and coaching programs
  • To work for the development of the Creative and Cultural Industries through the development and sharing of tools as well as the facilitation of professional networks

Our action is collective, we collaborate with artists, designers, researchers, cultural, educational and innovation actors, public and private. We create exchanges and stimulate collaboration across disciplines and territories.

We believe that arts and education are catalysts to build resilient, inclusive and sustainable societies. We contribute to this ideal by supporting interdisciplinary practices, based on participatory and sustainable models.


Aurélien Krieger


Aurélien is a cultural producer and educator.

With a background in engineering, his work experience throughout arts and interactive media includes the design and production of computational artworks, films, installations, performances; the curation of exhibitions; the teaching of creative coding courses for young people.

Diane Pricop


Diane is an exhibition curator and event manager.

Diane was trained in the art market and galleries in Paris. Since 2010, she has developed and produced cultural events and artistic programs, managed exhibition spaces and participated in promoting the creation of companies in the creative and cultural sector.