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End of DNA, 2015-2016

 

Color prints on Diassec

 11 x ( 120 x 140 ) cm 

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Series of photographs of buildings worked by the artist to create both a graphical effect and a loss of visual references.

Here the artist questions the uniformity of modern societies in which human individualities are subsumed into the globalisation process which tends towards conformism.

 

The uniqueness of each individual, their DNA, disappears for the benefit of an increasingly demanding modern life in which the subjects disintegrate into a shapeless mass. There appears a disharmonic image of contemporary living, with these buildings giving a reflection of society as dysmorphic in its makeup.

End of DNA, 2015-2016

 

Tirages couleur sur  Diassec

 11 x ( 120 x 140 ) cm 

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Série de photographies d’immeubles travaillés par l’artiste afin de créer un effet à la fois graphique et une perte de repère visuel.

 

Ici l’artiste questionne l’uniformisation des sociétés modernes dans lesquelles les individualités humaines se confondent avec une globalisation qui tend au conformisme.

 

La singularité de chacun, son ADN, disparaît au profit d’une modernité toujours plus exigeante dans laquelle le sujet se délite, laissant place à une masse informe. Apparaît alors un reflet dysharmonique de la contemporanéité, ces buildings renvoyant à la société une image « dysmorphée » de son propre corps social.

View of the exhibition at Gare de Lyon - Paris 2017