Malo Lacroix was born in Cayenne, French Guyana. He is a multimedia artist whose works range from films to live installations and video art. His works have been shown in museums, concerts, and gallery exhibitions. Some of his past works include include a short film for The Nantucket Project in the United States, visual direction for the Positive Education festival, as well as collaborations as a live video artist with Monolake, Murcof, and at shows for Antwerp based artist Yves De Mey and Russian experimental techno artist Dasha Rush,
Malo is based in France and has previously appeared at the Forte Festival (Portugal), Martin Gropius Bau, Ohm (Berlin), Palais de Tokyo, Machine du Moulin Rouge (Paris), Musée Fabre (Montpellier), Docks des Suds (Marseilles), De Brake Grond (Amsterdam), and in public spaces such as the Orangerie du Parc la tête d’Or, Mirage Festival, Nuits Sonores (Lyon), and Videoformes (Clermont Ferrand).