AnneMarie Maes at Centre Wallonie Bruxelles|Paris
Disrupted Sensations’ – composition of 16 lightboxes with Sensorial Skins and Scanning Electron Micrographs (120cm x 120cm);
‘L’origine du Monde’ – objects in transformation, organic materials (boxes, 15cm x 15cm x 15cm)
AnneMarie Maes shows her installation Sensorial Skin at the Centre Wallonie Bruxelles|Paris.
Sensorial Skin is a bio-art installation focusing on the tactility of organic materials, visually appealing natural colors and subtle fragrances, in which the different components combine to make the work an experience to be apprehended on several levels. It is is a question of microbiology, a world in which microorganisms establish mutualistic or parasitic relations between themselves to create and weave structures or to decompose materials.
From 16/10 to 3/12 2019 at the Centre Wallonie Bruxelles | Paris
Vernissage 16/10/2019 at 6:30 PM
Curated by Stéphanie Pécourt and Sara Anedda as part of the program: Le 46 Digital
Salle du foyer – 46 rue Quincampoix – 75004 Paris