Born in France, Sofie Dieu is a culturally and linguistically diverse artist. Sensitive to cultural cliches, she has developed from it a penchant for the non-obvious and what makes us unique. Multi-art prizes and award finalist, Sofie Dieu's work has been included in Hornsby Art Prize, Sydney North Art Prize, Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize, amongst others.
In 2016, she was one of the four artists who worked on the Camperdown Cemetery installation for the Sydney Biennale. She also co-curated ‘Keeping the body in mind’ as part of The Big Anxiety Festival, in Sydney.
In August 2017, she was invited to take part in the Great Alpine Artist in Residence program in East Gippsland. Supported by a grant from the East Gippsland Council Shire, her first large scale community embedded project, Calling for Rain, involved residents and primary schools from the Tambo Valley. This show was exhibited at the East Gippsland Art Gallery in March 2018 and travelled to 107 Projects in Sydney, as part of Piss Poor Effect2, in May 2018.