Born in 1988 in Angoulême, she lives and works in Paris.
Graduated from the Ecole des Beaux-arts de Lyon in 2021, Lola Gonzàlez makes choral films featuring communities. They invent new languages, singular ways of freeing themselves from conveniences and superfluous distances to immediately enter into the relationship with the other.
She was a resident of the Pavillon Neuflize OBC creation laboratory at the Palais de Tokyo, a resident of the ESACM Clermont Ferrand research cooperative and a resident of the Flax Foundation in Los Angeles in 2017. The Palais de Tokyo has presented her work on several occasions. Solo exhibitions of her work have been organized at Crédac, Ivry-sur-Seine, the Passerelle contemporary art center in Brest, and the MAC in Lyon. Her work has also been shown in several group exhibitions, notably at the Centre Pompidou, as part of the Hors-Piste festival, at the IAC – Institut d’art contemporain de Villeurbanne as part of the Rendez-vous/Biennale de Lyon; at the Kunstverein Sparkasse, in Leipzig and at La Galerie de Noisy-le-Sec. She was the winner of the Meurice Prize for Contemporary Art in 2016, nominated for the Ricard Foundation Prize in 2017. She was resident at the Villa Medici in Rome in 2018-2019 and at the Villa Arson in 2021. She is represented by the Marcelle Alix Gallery, Paris.