How watching silence

par Philippe  -  16 Février 2019, 09:26

How watching silence

Exhibition from February 9 to May 19, 2019 at the ICCA, Carros Castle, Castle square, 06150 Carros (village), open from 10am to 1pm and from 2pm to 5pm, closed Mondays and holidays, phone : 04.93.29.37.97, admission free.

 

Speaking about sound is an original but frightened topic. Sound has inspired many artistical movements like, Dada, Surrealism, Situationnism or happenings and now the exhibited artists like Bjarne Jehn who drew during concerts inspired by old languages and calligraphy. Sound sollicitates all the human senses for understanding better the reality (Isabelle Sordage) or trying a pluridisciplinary way of making art (Alain de Fombelle). The artists purpose is to build an unstable equilibrium between time and memory (Alexandre Capan). The artists can also use some objects connected with sound for building a movement (Bernard Pourrière) based on spontaneous and repetitive gesture (Stéphanie Hamel Grain). We also must underline the work doing by pupils from the Langevin school. Towards their own installation and their own drawings they have succeeded to build a world full of harmony.

Ludovic Lignon "Oscille potentiel" (2017, 2018), Bjarne Jehn "Ursus" (1970 - 1980), Pupils art work
Ludovic Lignon "Oscille potentiel" (2017, 2018), Bjarne Jehn "Ursus" (1970 - 1980), Pupils art work
Ludovic Lignon "Oscille potentiel" (2017, 2018), Bjarne Jehn "Ursus" (1970 - 1980), Pupils art work

Ludovic Lignon "Oscille potentiel" (2017, 2018), Bjarne Jehn "Ursus" (1970 - 1980), Pupils art work

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