Cyrille Weiner and Gregory Lacoua, photographer and designer respectively, have conceived and created a small room that reflects on spatial occupation via the experimental use of two-dimensional photographic images.
The reflection proposed by this installation centres on the different ways in which a photographic image can compose space. The photographic context, i.e. the environment where the image is presented is not unique but plural and formed of three levels of image presentation and diffusion.
The images are hung on the wall and this is the first level. Although this gives the image the status of an artwork, the wall arrangement is unusual, allowing visitors interactively to relive the photographer’s experience in his personal search for the images.
Until 14 March 2015
Twice, Cyrille Weiner et Grégory Lacoua
Curated by Marguerite Pilven
Galerie Laurent Mueller
75 rue des Archives, Paris