Guillaume Hervier was born in 1979, France. He studied in the Fine Arts School in Cergy, during which he developed an artistic practice in performance and video-performance art related to his research in the field of Gender Studies. He earns a Master of Arts in 2005 and begins to collaborate on different projects with other artists, thus broadening his interests and expanding his prospections. In 2006, he takes part in the project "Je & Nous - Cultures & Périphéries" proposed by the collective Campement Urbain for the collective exhibition La Force de l'art 1 in Paris. In 2007, he is in charge of editing Mind Eaters, a video interview with the philosopher Jordi Vidal filmed by Damien Oliveres. In 2008, he assists Elisa Pône in the production of her exhibition entitled "Fermer les yeux, sauver sa peau" at Galerie Michel Rein in Paris. In 2010, he assists Soraya Rhofir in setting up her work titled Double conscience at "Monsieur Miroir", an exhibition at Fondation d'Entreprise Ricard in Paris. At the same time, he works as an art mediator and a lecturer at Le Palais de Tokyo and La Grande Halle de la Vilette. These experiences allow him to gain further experience in the fields related to the question of "publics". Currently, Guillaume Hervier is interested in studying the mutations within curatorial practices while bearing a strong interest to the different fields of Cultural Studies.