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synthetic sensibility
synthetic sensibility
synthetic sensibility
synthetic sensibility
synthetic sensibility
synthetic sensibility
synthetic sensibility
Exposition personnelle, 2017
Galerie Aberta Pane, Paris
Sense of place – 2016
Élément mural: impression sur film polyester, épingles, 200 x 80 cm
Élément au sol: bois et impression sur polyester , 100 x 60 x 75 cm
Blind Space – 2017
Élément au sol: bois et impression UV sur acétate , 100 x 60 x 75 cm
Blind Space – 2017
Élément suspendu: impression UV sur acétate, rail.
210 x 200 x 4 cm
Blind Space – 2017
Élément au sol: bois et impression UV sur acétate
100 x 60 x 75 cm
Solo Exhibition, 2017
Galerie Aberta Pane, Paris
Sense of place, 2016
Wall element : printing on polyester film, clips, 200 x 80 cm
Ground element : wood, printing on polyester film , 100 x 60 x 75 cm
Blind Space – 2017
Ground element : painted wood, UV print on acetate , 100 x 60 x 75 cm
Blind Space – 2017
Hanging element : UV print on acetate, blind rail, 200 x 80 cm
Blind Space – 2017
Ground element : painted wood, UV print on acetate , 100 x 60 x 75 cm

 

[fr] Dans cette exposition se déploie un nouveau corpus d’œuvres développées par Marie Lelouche depuis 2015. Après avoir accumulé un grand nombre de scans tridimensionnels réalisés dans l’espace public, un peu à la manière d’un photographe qui se constitue une collection d’images, l’artiste s’attache à composer et interpréter ces morceaux d’architecture, de mobiliers urbains. Elle produit ainsi des oeuvres hybrides d’après un registre de formes très singulier, comme autant de réappropriations multisensorielles de ses archives numériques tridimensionnelles.

 

« By that we mean that the artwork should not be tied to any one specific technology, but not that artwork should be considered apart from media altogether. »

IPPOLITO and RINEHART

 

 

 

[en] In this exhibition, a new corpus of works developed by Marie Lelouche since 2015 is on view. After having accumulated a large number of three-dimensional scans made in the public space, like a photographer building up a collection of images, the artist aims to compose and interpret these pieces of architecture, of urban furniture. Thus, she produces hybrid works according to a very singular register of forms, as multisensory reappropriations of her three-dimensional digital archives.

 

« By that we mean that the artwork should not be tied to any one specific technology, but not that artwork should be considered apart from media altogether. »

IPPOLITO and RINEHART

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