Installation view boulevard Stalingrad, Brussels, 2019 curated by Victoria Palacios and Tristan Gac In a cavity, a transition, halfway between desertion and occupancy between caterpillar and butterfly, a wide movement unveils the cocoon, caught in dust It is within this envelope that the idea of an exhibition context has matured, a common desire to capture a beautiful image of this shifting space. In this metamorphosis, ruin and rebirth embrace one other, breaking opens to allow tiny daydreams, adorning with temporary figures and objects. Ghostly and grotesque princess will inhabit the premises during this transitory time, as the works will reveal themselves in the rooms and corridors, exist in the open gaps; and shift this domestic setting towards fantasy. With works by Tatiana Define, Victoria Palacios, Ludovic Billard, Anouchka Oler, Tristan Gac, Yema Park, Louis Kiock, Carole Mousset
Installation view boulevard Stalingrad, Brussels, 2019 My Whey, mixed media installation, 120x70x90cm approx., 2019 Sculpture inspired by the lm Toxic Avenger (Lloyd Kaufmann, 1985). Milk flows through deformed rocks, reminiscent of a body with unreal musculature. A whitish loop takes its source in a jar of protein powder.