Seventeen artists based in France have revealed a series of unpublished works on the subject of compilation, as part of the Photographic Committee of CNAP and Jeu de Paume. Their common goal? Use the digital tool to hatch new visual languages.
At Le Cellier, in Reims, the group exhibition ‘IMAGE 3.0’ highlights an exploration of photographic creativity made possible by a range of technologies linked with digital and digital. Presented French artists – Donatien Hubert, Mustapha Azerwall, Nelson Borek Carter, Brodbeck and de Barboat, Gregory Chatunsky, Raphael Dallaporta, Philippe Durand, Justin Emard, Noémi Goodale, Nicolas Juraault, Clarice Hahn, Manon Languier, Hanako Murakami and S.MI. From the National Center for Fine Arts and Jeu de Paume to work around The theme of “assembly” chosen by the city of Reims for its candidacy for the European Capital of Culture in 2028.
This commission’s goal set between 2020 and 2021 and embodied today by unpublished works has tended to advance contemporary iconic writing through innovation. From 3D printing to virtual reality, via computer modeling, artists have tapped into the possibilities of technological resources by collaborating with engineers, researchers, and scientists. The result is aesthetics that are part of the fields of science, and even science fiction, with images that are artificial, bizarre, and multidimensional.. A panorama of possibilities, as the visitor participates fully in this immersive exhibition with the support of the Louis Roederer Foundation, actively committed in the field of photography. •
Gallery “IMAGE 3.0”
From May 20 to September 4, 2022 at Le Cellier
4 bis, rue de Mars 51100 Reims
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