Goliath Dyèvre, born in 1980, graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle (ENSCI) in Paris in 2009. The same year, he established his design studio. He has won numerous awards and his work has been exhibited in numerous galleries and museums, such as the Vitra Design Museum, the Power Station of Art in Shanghai, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris… The objects he designed are produced by Cinna, Ligne Roset, Petite Friture or Tectona. He began his solo work after a short residence in Kyoto in late 2014, when he began a research project entitled «Le silence des objets.» He also taught at Beaux-arts de Lyon and at L’ENSCI-Les Ateliers, and is a regular jury at the Boulle School, the ENSCI-Les Ateliers and the Beaux-arts of Saint-Etienne School. Since 2015, he began a research concerning augmented reality with artist Grégory Chatonsky. They both left to New Zealand for a short residency at the Te Ataata program in July 2016 at the Colab of Auckland within the University of Technology.