Two artists with opposite backgrounds who mark the encounter of art and electronic techniques and mechanical.
The exhibition E[c]lipse shows us that the computer can be the poet’s tool. Art and science answer each other just like the real and the virtual, the human language and the machine language, interactive spaces and their human users. The works of Laurent Bolognini and Félicie d’Estienne d’Orves wake up the spectator, disturb his vision, jostle his bearings and expand of the work’s perception. Luminous ballets by Laurent Bolognini consisting of a mechanics at the forefront of precision subject to learned lighting games, to the works of Félicie d’Estienne d’Orves whose installations focus on space, astrophysics and studying the cycles of natural light. E[c]lipse plunges the visitor into scenarios as diverse as surprising by inviting the visitor to be convinced by the illusion.
Text by Virginie Pollet
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