Waterproof - 2011

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Waterproof (2011) is a video-sculpture, over two meters in size, relating to the theme of complexity. The stereoscopic video is inserted into an environmental installation that recalls a fairy-tale coach with morphogenetic features.  The 3-D vision enters into a direct relationship with the real, albeit mysterious, space of the three-dimensional structure to which access is blocked. The animation must be observed through two small peepholes cut into the front of the silver-painted plexiglas structure.
The virtual journey is organized within a structure that is both static and nomadic at the same time.
Everything appears to be linked to the destabilized look of spectators, who find themselves faced with a dizzying image, always poised between beauty and terror. It pays homage to the idea of sublime, as expressed by the great artists of the Romantic era and the Japanese Edo period.
In the video, the waves of an impressive sea-storm break against the entropic forms, which relate to the unstable, precarious side of existence, forming a vision that reaches beyond the physical plane. In this work, sculpture and architecture blend with the video images, creating an immersive context where the languages of art interact in a renewed synthesis.

 

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