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 Free Acid

A work in progress
 

Installation views

The Photographers’ Gallery, London.

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© 2019

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Free Acid takes as a starting point the idea of New Babylon, an utopian-futuristic city perceived and designed from 1959 to 1974 by visual artist Constant Nieuwenhuys.

Often using procedural tools more commonly associated with architects and engineers, this assemblage work call a wide range of sources including photography, collage, models, tiny sculptures...

The collages are the result of the accumulation and the entanglements between images (produced and found) that coexist within the same frame/space.

Installations views at The Photographers' Gallery, London as a part of TPG New Talent 19 Group Show.

 

2019