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NO WALL

NO WALL

installation, Multimedia Gallery, SVA, New York, 2012

 

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In No Wall Exhibition I positioned myself as the curator of a fictional group show. The idea was to create an immersive environment at the border of nature and abstraction. I chose five fictional artists presenting works in different formats, including video, sound, paintings, drawings and sculpture. I was in fact the artist of all of the pieces, some of which I had created in other contexts. The installation, by confronting a variety of media and aesthetics through different identities, triggered a new dialogue through my multidisciplinary approach. The ambiguity was present, questioning the purpose and the reception of an art work. In an indirect and perhaps irreverent way, this project was a means to present myself.

The title of the installation draws from an anecdote : I was told that I was able to use the gallery space if I didn't put anything on the walls. This statement, both absurd and rigid, became the leitmotiv of the installation. I used the floor as a wall, and also incorporated the walls themselves, by only touching the art work against them. 

 

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video, sound, painted fabric, wood, plastic

NO WALL

NO WALL

installation, Multimedia Gallery, SVA, New York, 2012

NO WALL

NO WALL

installation, Multimedia Gallery, SVA, New York, 2012

NO WALL

NO WALL

installation, Multimedia Gallery, SVA, New York, 2012

NO WALL

NO WALL

Spruce Creek, video, loop, 3:48 min, New York, 2012

White noise, sound, loop, 3:45 min, New York, 2012

NO WALL

NO WALL

Sky, video, loop, 3:00 min, New York, 2012

White noise, sound, loop, 3:45 min, New York, 2012

NO WALL

NO WALL

Sky, video, loop, 3:00 min, New York, 2012

NO WALL

NO WALL

Landscape (series of 4), gouache on coton, 120 x 300 cm, Multimedia Gallery, SVA, New York, 2012

NO WALL

installation, Multimedia Gallery, SVA, New York, 2012

 

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In No Wall Exhibition I positioned myself as the curator of a fictional group show. The idea was to create an immersive environment at the border of nature and abstraction. I chose five fictional artists presenting works in different formats, including video, sound, paintings, drawings and sculpture. I was in fact the artist of all of the pieces, some of which I had created in other contexts. The installation, by confronting a variety of media and aesthetics through different identities, triggered a new dialogue through my multidisciplinary approach. The ambiguity was present, questioning the purpose and the reception of an art work. In an indirect and perhaps irreverent way, this project was a means to present myself.

The title of the installation draws from an anecdote : I was told that I was able to use the gallery space if I didn't put anything on the walls. This statement, both absurd and rigid, became the leitmotiv of the installation. I used the floor as a wall, and also incorporated the walls themselves, by only touching the art work against them. 

 

——

video, sound, painted fabric, wood, plastic

NO WALL

installation, Multimedia Gallery, SVA, New York, 2012

NO WALL

installation, Multimedia Gallery, SVA, New York, 2012

NO WALL

installation, Multimedia Gallery, SVA, New York, 2012

NO WALL

Spruce Creek, video, loop, 3:48 min, New York, 2012

White noise, sound, loop, 3:45 min, New York, 2012

NO WALL

Sky, video, loop, 3:00 min, New York, 2012

White noise, sound, loop, 3:45 min, New York, 2012

NO WALL

Sky, video, loop, 3:00 min, New York, 2012

NO WALL

Landscape (series of 4), gouache on coton, 120 x 300 cm, Multimedia Gallery, SVA, New York, 2012

NO WALL
NO WALL
NO WALL
NO WALL
NO WALL
NO WALL
NO WALL
NO WALL