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Nuages fig.2, a proposal by le bureau/


Nuages fig.2

Michael Dietrich
Marina Gadonneix
Yannick Koller
Miguel Angel Molina
Clementine Roy

Belgrade Fortress 23. July - 14. August
www.belef.org
www.lebureau.tk

Conceived for a singular space in the Belgrade Fortress, the exhibition Nuages fig.2 proposes a selection of works presented in slide format, hanging within original optical viewers. Chosen in reference to a work of Marcel Broodthaers of 1967, the title refers both to the opening up of the image and representation as well as to the minimal and random aspect of the arrangement.

This presentation plays on a virtual multiplication of the exhibition space and facilitates the exhibition of series of works of each artist. It thus allows one to consider at the same time the singularity of the works, registered within the closed framework of the optical viewer, and their comparison, seen at a glance, quick or attentive, selective or exhaustive, of the spectator - the resultant visual combinations depending on the trajectory taken by each individual.

Nuages fig.2 oscillates between the reality of an exhibition driven along mental pathways and the fiction of an exhibition which will hardly leave a trace.

The images of artists’ works or work-images are viewed as screens and/or open spaces including film fragments or photographic scenes (Yannick Koller, Michael Dietrich), graphic or monochromic repetitions (Marina Gadonneix), virtual works or traces of installations (Miguel Angel Molina, Clementine Roy).

DISCUSSION

La muraille opaque grimpe en quinconce et inversement


La muraille opaque grimpe en quinconce et inversement [ENGLISH VERSION BELOW]

CLAUDE CATTELAIN
CYRIL DIETRICH
JOHANNA FOURNIER
AURELIEN MOLE
JULIE PAGNIER
OLIVIER SOULERIN
JULIEN TIBERI

une proposition du bureau/

Exposition du 20 janvier au 10 fevrier 2007

Debat rencontre avec les artistes et les commissaires le samedi 20 janvier a 17h suivi du vernissage a 19h .

La galerie RLBQ de Marseille accueille l'exposition La muraille opaque grimpe en quinconce et inversement, une proposition du collectif de commissaires le Bureau/. Sous la forme d'une exposition pensee comme une image globale, ce projet reunit les echanges de propositions artistiques de sept jeunes artistes et les reponses curatoriales du collectif.

Le projet regroupe les artistes Claude Cattelain, Cyril Dietrich, Johanna Fournier, Aurelien Mole, Julie Pagnier, Olivier Soulerin, et Julien Tiberi, invites a produire des pieces specifiques pour l'exposition, propositions in situ a considerer de maniere evolutive. La periode de travail precedant l'exposition a consiste en un echange regulier entre les artistes et les commissaires, discutant des oeuvres et des possibilites de mise en espace.
Cette etape fait l'objet d'un accrochage specifique cristallisant la
construction du projet jusqu'a sa forme finale. Depassant le simple aspect documentaire, la restitution de ces echanges donne a voir le processus de sedimentation constitutif de l'exposition afin de proposer une lecture plurielle de cet ensemble d'oeuvres.

Nourrie par la diversite des propositions artistiques, l'exposition se
deploie a la maniere d'un collage, sur le modele historique du « Merzbau » de Kurt Schwitters. Ce dernier avait amenage sa maison de Hanovre en un environnement dadaiste, compose d'elements distincts et heteroclites, en collaboration avec d'autres artistes (Hausmann, Hoech...). Le Bureau/ s'est inspire de cette oeuvre en devenir pour le projet La muraille opaque grimpe en quinconce et inversement . Ensemble, les oeuvres ne font qu'une exposition - oeuvre, semblable a un environnement englobant l'espace. En adoptant une methodologie proche de celle du workshop (a distance), le Bureau/ a souhaite
mettre en exergue la dimension collective de l'exposition : preoccupation essentielle de ses activites collegiales.

Le samedi 20 janvier a 17h, une rencontre debat propose par Rond point
permettra au public de developper son experimentation de l'exposition par une rencontre avec les artistes et les commissaires, partageant leurs experiences, leurs questions et points de vue. Cette rencontre fera l'objet d'une publication.

Le Bureau/ est un groupe de commissaires d'exposition, base a Paris, dont l'objectif est de questionner et d'experimenter le medium meme de l'exposition. La notion de commissariat collectif est un principe fondamental du groupe, la rencontre des competences et des sensibilites des differents membres du Bureau/ permettant la production d'expositions fondees sur des lectures multiples et
relatives. L'exposition est pensee comme complexe de mediation ou les
differents protocoles de monstration refletent les problematiques de chaque projet, permettant aux oeuvres de se penser hors d'un rapport didactique a l'exposition.

www.lebureau.tk / info@lebureau.tk

Galerie RLBQ : Reposer La Bonne Question / 41 rue du Tapis Vert - 13001
Marseille / 04 91 91 50 26 / www.rlbq.com - rlbq@free.fr / la galerie est ouverte du mercredi au samedi de 15h a 19h ou sur RDV.

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La muraille opaque grimpe en quinconce et inversement

CLAUDE CATTELAIN
CYRIL DIETRICH
JOHANNA FOURNIER
AURELIEN MOLE
JULIE PAGNIER
OLIVIER SOULERIN
JULIEN TIBERI

A proposal by Le Bureau/

Exhibition from January 20th to February 10th 2007

Discussion with the artists and curators on Saturday, January 20th at 5p.m followed by the opening at 7p.m.

The RLBQ Gallery of Marseille is glad to present the exhibition La muraille opaque grimpe en quiconce et inversement, a proposal by the group of curators, Le Bureau/. Taking the form of an exhibition thought out as one image, this project is the result of exchanges, which took place between the proposals of seven young artists and the curatorial answers of the collective.

The project brings together artists Claude Cattelain, Cyril Dietrich, Johanna Fournier, Aurelien Mole, Julie Pagnier, Olivier Soulerin, and Julien Tiberi, invited to produce specific works for the exhibition; these site specific proposals are to be considered as works in progress. The working period prior to the exhibition consisted in a regular exchange between the artists and the curators, discussing the works and their integration to the exhibition space.
This process generated a specific hanging, which epitomizes the gradual
construction of the project and its final form. Beyond a simple documentary aspect, the restitution of these exchanges will put the process into perspective and convey the constitutive sedimentation of the exhibition, in order to offer a plural reading of all the works.

Thanks to the diversity of the artistic proposals, the exhibition resembles a collage, based on the historical model of Kurt Schwitters’ “Merzbau”. The latter had altered his house in Hanover into a dadaist environment, composed of distinct and heteroclite elements, in collaboration with other artists (Hausmann, Hoech…). Le Bureau/ chose this work in progress reference as a starting point for the project La muraille opaque grimpe en quinconce et inversement. Together, the works compose one united exhibition - like one art
work, similar to an environment including its own space. Adopting a methodology close to that of the workshop (but by means of correspondence), Le Bureau/ wished to put forward the collective dimension of an exhibition: an essential concern of its collegial activities.

On Saturday January 20 at 5 p.m, an event proposed by Rond Point will allow the public to develop its experimentation of the exhibition, through a discussion with the artists and curators, by sharing their experiences, their questions and points of view. These interventions will be published.

Le Bureau/ is a collective of curators based in Paris, whose objective is to question and try out the medium of exhibition. The concept of collective work is a fundamental principle of the group; the meeting of competences and sensitivities of the various members of Le Bureau/ allows the production of exhibitions based on multiple and relative readings. The exhibition is thought as a mediation system, in which the various showcasing protocols reflect the issues of each project. Thus, the works are related in terms of a didactic connection to the exhibition.

www.lebureau.tk/info@lebureau.tk

RLBQ Gallery : Reposer La Bonne Question / 41 rue du Tapis Vert - 13001
Marseille / +33 (0) 4 91 91 50 26 / www.rlbq.com - rlbq@free.fr / The Gallery is open from Wednesday to Saturday, from 3 to 7p.m or on request.