Marilène Oliver works at a crossroads somewhere between new digital technologies, traditional print, and sculpture. Her finished objects bridging the virtual and the real worlds. She works with the body translated into data form in order to understand how it has become 'unfleshed', in the hope of understanding who or what it has become. Oliver uses various scanning technologies, such as MRI, CT, and PET, to reclaim the interior of the body and create works that allow us to materially contemplate our increasingly digitized selves. Marilène has exhibited widely in the UK and Europe in both private and public collections and galleries including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Royal Academy, MassMoCA, Knoxville Museum of Art, Frissarias Museum (Greece), Kunsthalle Ahlen (Germany), Casino Luxembourg (Luxembourg), The Glenbow Museum (Canada), and The Wellcome Trust.