Gaëlle Choisne (b. 1985, Cherbourg, France) is a visual artist working in multiple media and installation. Her work considers the intermingling of ongoing contemporary issues such as the global exploitation of nature and the vestiges of colonial history, and considers how that intersects with Creole esoteric traditions, myths and popular cultures. She was the 2021 recipient of the Aware Prize and has exhibited in numerous institutions including Centrale Powerhouse (Montreal), CAFA Museum (Beijing), Pera Museum (Istanbul), Musée d’art moderne de Paris, Musée Fabre (Montpellier), Zacheta Gallery (Warsaw), The Mistake Room (Los Angeles), Bétonsalon (Paris), G_und project space (Berlin), Centre d’art de la Cité radieuse de Marseille, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, among others. She has also participated in a number of biennials and triennials including the 5th New Museum Triennial (2021), 13th International Biennial of Lyon (2015), 12th Havana Biennial (2015), Sharjah Biennial 13 (2017) and the 14th Curitiba Biennial (2017). Choisne lives and works between Paris, France and Berlin, Germany.