Salomé Macquet (b. 1993) is a French artist and designer. She graduated from the École nationale supérieure des Arts décoratifs in Paris in mid-2016, where she started to draw the concept of time. She now pursues research focused on time and its relationship within physics, political & social sciences through speculative design, graphic design and performance.
In addition to independent research projects, Salomé has been working on commissioned projects for cultural institutions, science & tech companies, architectural firms… Scope includes designing books, websites, identities, typefaces and posters as well as coding websites and algorithms.
Since 2017, she is directing Art faber’s identity and graphic design and is part of the Lab. Arts & Entreprises at the Paris Panthéon Assas University.
In 2019, she has been selected to design the French Hommage to Bauhaus 100 years at the French Embassy in Berlin. Since then, her work is part of the French State Collections