For numerous years, Antoine Desjardins has been committed in the fine art field on topics around sculpture and its making up. His various subjects use tensions between cultural values and natural organisations which are disclosed by graphic and photographic images. After getting his Master’s degree on “The use of plastic materials in art” in the University of Provence Aix-Marseille (1980), Antoine lived and worked in New York city from 1981 to 1990. He currently lives in Paris where he pursues a reflexion on the influence of digital tools and language in the process of form creation in fine art. Since 1993, he has been teaching art, particularly the evolution of representation systems and production means. He founded digital practice studios of sculpture and object in the national art schools of Nancy and Limoges. He has been a member of colloquium committees of École des Mines of Nancy (“Métallurgie, Art, Informatique 2003”, “Iris, sens et essence de la couleur 2005”) and has played a part under many forms in various art schools and Universities (“Pertinence des outils numériques dans les processus de création de formes et d’images” École d’art de Trèves (Allemagne) 2004, “Dust & Digital. On the incidence of digital tools in object conception and creation” Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, China, 2008, “Eines informatiques en els processos de creacio” Facultad de Bellas Artes, Barcelona 2009, “Plurivocité et ubiquité des outils numériques” École d’Etat des Beaux-Arts de Yerevan, Armenia 2010, etc.). He collaborated with professionals (Société NSided, conception du logiciel Quidam3D, 2005, Metallurgie Rml-MicronEst, Florange, 2010). His art work is regularly shown in galleries and exhibitions. He has been working on some Modules “recherche & création” since 2015 (http://re0010111100001010form0101111100001010digit.ensadlab.fr/ 2015, http://beamskaikaolin.ensad.fr/ 2016), (rep-derap.ensad.fr 2017 et 2018). He now teaches in the “Art et Espace” section and is in charge of 3D-4D printing in the Reflective Interaction group of EnsadLab.