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Guillaume Crédoz is a French architect who lives and works in the Middle East. He has taught Architectural Design at the Université de Montréal alongside J.P. Chupin and he has also worked in the research and creation lab in UQaM in association with N. Reeves.
Credoz has collaborated in a number of projects within the framework of the Society of Art and Technology (SAT).
His porcelain-sculpted heads, modeled without a model, are fired in his workshop’s kiln, and finished with a unique glaze developed by the artists and his wife.
Credoz's work combines both a Robinson Crusoe-esque self-sufficiency (who has to rebuild everything on his own from nothing) and a forced face-to-face inasmuch as the clay only reflects what the artist is capable of in the total absence of a model to guide the way.