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Ian Bruner • Lucie Lanzini • Paul Lepetit • Kahina Loumi • Clémence Mauger • Hélène Moreau • Reiji Saito • Sookyun Yang

Curator : Collectif À Venir

15320 Rue de l'Université

Midnight Mochi collective exhibition displays a fragmented architectural space where surfaces and textures prevail over an impossible overview. Blurred details and enigmatic lines draw an imaginary construction. In the comfort of pastel waves, the artworks drag each other into a joint metamorphosis.

Hélène Moreau plunges our eye into a deep mint blue vibe. Her archeologist’s sight adjusts our vision to the panorama of artworks standing in front of us. In the center, a melting heart idealizes a transitory society : Paul Lepetit’s sculptures work as drawings trapped in space, tracing the silhouettes of half-functional, half-decorative characters. These hesitant figures disturb the reality of concreteness and solidity. Both artificial and poetic, as the work of Ian Bruner : narrative compositions underlying the apathy towards environmental damage. Lucie Lanzini’s sculpture conveys the memory of disappearing textures, through the casting of decorative elements from architectural spaces.

The liberated figures on the walls turn into attitudes of pleasure. The joyful colors of Kahina Loumi on shaped canvas work as abstract windows. Clémence Mauger dilutes floral landscapes, inspired by her nighttime observations. Shapes being on the tip of disappearance, light becomes a key element. Sookyun Yang produces forms that emancipate from gravity. Her video shows the making process using virtual reality, a digital craft with hypnotic movements. In the background, Reiji Saito offers a visual experience of detachment, a daydream focusing on the details that everyday life piles up in front of our eyes.