Guillaume Collignon graduated with a bachelor’s degree in photography from the Ecole cantonale d’art de Lausanne (ECAL) in 2010 followed by a master’s degree in art direction, photography in 2012. His works and research are mainly focused to landscape / spaces and the human interaction with it. In parallel, he investigates the role of photography and data in monitoring and reconnaissance, mainly during the cold war period in his long term on-going project called ‘In god we trust, all others we monitor’.




– 2017, Cold war studies, galerie contrecontre, St Maurice, Switzerland
– 2016, carte blanche à Near, Biennale de photographie de Mulhouse, France
– 2016, Là-haut, La Graineterie, centre d’art de la ville de Houilles, France
– 2014, Hike, Hack, Hic & Nunc, Xpo Gallery, Paris, France
– 2014, Ghostbusters, les chasseurs de fantômes, Espace Verney-Carron, Lyon, France
– 2014, 59e salon de Montrouge, Montrouge, France