Emille de Blanche (b. 1981) lives and works in Stockholm. De Blanche investigates the idea of place and memory in relation to the urban environment. She is attracted to the non-places of society, focusing on alternative structures that shape the environment and often either goes unnoticed or ends up being erased. Looking at the urban environment as a display of gray areas connecting the private and the public, her work tells of a parallel narrative. In her sculptural works de Blanche highlight mundane industrial materials and emphasizes on chance and anti-form as two important factors of her practice.