Fleeting shadow-sculptures emerge from white bed sheets. Men’s profiles form and de-form, as if by their own bidding. These transient silhouettes conjure past lives and question the memory that physical objects might hold, offering a visual conversation between what is permanent and what is temporary.
Alain Fleischer (FR) is a visual artist working with photography, and the author and director of around 350 films; from experimental cinema, to feature films and art documentaries. He has exhibited extensively in France and internationally, including at the Kwangju Biennial (Korea, 2000) and the Havana Biennale (Cuba, 2000) and curated exhibitions such as Georges Didi-Huberman’s Atlas, The world on his shoulders? (Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, 2010, ZKM, Karlsruhe and the Falkenberg Foundation, Hamburg, 2011) and Jean Hubert Martin’s Carambolages (Grand Palais, Paris 2016).
Exhibited in CCP's Night Projection Window
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