Nihil is a french artist living in Norway. Inspired by indian and nordic sacred texts, medieval religious art, psychedelic trips and life experiences in hospitals, his work reflects on transcendence, identity and individuality. His images are portraits of saints and martyrs who lost their humanity to drown in divine serenity. They use the codes of religious art to illustrate the sanctification processus through and beyond suffering and sickness.
Three personal exhibitions have been dedicated to his work in Paris, Berlin and Dublin. His artworks are also part of the permanent collection of the Contemporary art museum in Sicily and were featured in numerous art shows in USA and Europe along with artists like David Lynch, Marilyn Manson, Ernst Fuchs, H.R. Giger, Alejandro Jodorowsky etc. His first artbook [VENTRE] has been published in 2016. His images have been used as vcover art or inspiration by artists and musicians, including The Royal Shakespeare Compagny, C215, Raison d’Être, Daria Endresen, In Slaughter Natives, Brooke Shaden and many more.