Through this video combining dance, electronic music and ethnographic images, Julien Creuzet offers a poetic and political reflection on the postcolonial reappropriation of African and Caribbean historical narratives.
With The Distance Is Beautiful. La distance la plus courte entre deux points n'est pas une ligne droite (The shortest distance between two points is not a straight line), French artist Lola Gonzàlez captures the streets of Los Angeles in a poetic performance involving more than 60 dancers.
Part installation, part sensory experience, Musica Mobile reinvents spatial sound design, allowing its composer Pierre-Alain Jaffrennou to put his research at the intersection of music and computer science into practice.
In the series of wooden sculptures Mammalian Fantasies, the Franco-British duo Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel explores ancient techniques for sculpting wood, through murals and furniture decorated with organic, human and animal figures.
The sculptural, aural and performance-art piece As deep as I could remember, as far as I could see by Tarik Kiswanson, features a dozen children reciting texts in a chorus, in a sculptural setting made of metal blades.
Since she began making art, Elodie Seguin has been exploring new ways of understanding painting and sculpture through her installations. Choosing to use a small production and a unique presentation of her pieces, her constant and ongoing research is frozen in time at the moment of the exhibition.
Xavier Antin’s exhibition/installation Vanishing Workflows (Fleurs de Singapour) was on display at the Crèvecœur gallery in Paris from 17th May to 20th July 2019. Exhibited in the form of a hanging tropical garden, the work grows at the pace of the machine running at its heart.
With his performance Part(ie), Daisuke Kosugi plunges us back into the script of Hiroshima Mon Amour. Through a stage featuring two actors and a distinctive lighting effect, the artist evokes the fleeting nature of memory in situations of cultural disconnect.
Valentina Cardellino, in creating Escena en campo abierto, invites us to participate in an investigation based on fragments of life, evoked through drawings and a video depicting miscellaneous objects found in the Bay of Montevideo.
This is the very first time that Alban Muja has created a work directly related to the history of Kosovo, his native country. The project was born from the emotions the artist experienced a few years ago when he found a photograph of himself in a refugee camp, looking strangely happy.
The water flows from a wood and sheet-metal structure, through multicoloured containers... Placed in a pond, the installation Lluvia by Colombian artist Daniel Otero Torres creates an astonishing visual symphony.