Exhibition – Elodie Lesourd La FabriC, September 17, 2022, Annecy.
Exhibition – Elodie Lesourd Saturday September 17, 2 p.m. La FabriC
Free visit to the exhibition dedicated to Elodie Lesourd. His work is inspired as much by the history of art as by music and reflects a romantic effort to make ephemeral works last.
La FabriC 34 avenue de Loverchy 74000 Annecy Annecy Annecy 74000 Haute-Savoie Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Bus stop – Red Cross
04 50 02 87 52 http://www.fondation-salomon.com Contemporary art collectors, Claudine and Jean Marc Salomon have decided to commit to today’s creation by opening a space dedicated to its distribution. The foundation, recognized as being of public utility by decree of April 11, 2001, is located in Annecy, in Haute-Savoie; it has set itself the task of being a lively place conducive to encounters between creators, contemporary art lovers and as wide an audience as possible.
Free visit with booklet containing an explanatory text for each work exhibited. Free games booklet for young people.
Elodie Lesourd’s conceptual approach uses music as a means of access to ontological and aesthetic questions calling upon, among others, sociology, philosophy, or popular culture. Although partition of the same piece, his work is played on a rhythm in two times. The first, said to be hyperrockalist, more immediate and seductive in appearance, rubs shoulders with a second protean ensemble tending towards abstraction; both preferred, resembling, the stakes of a coded practice. In addition, the artist has also been involved since 2005, in parallel with his visual production, in sound work most often embodied in concert-performances.
The exhibition proposes to explore different aspects of visual work by articulating on a common path, that of capturing the ephemeral. With music as a constant reference, Elodie Lesourd leads us to question the unsurpassable nature of death (metaphorical or real) and the elusive passage of time. The poetic dialectic – presented here in a romantic and conceptual spirit – invites a multiple reading of the subjects summoned by the artist, from which emotions arise despite the purification sought.
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© Elodie Lesourd, These Things You Thought Unreal (Courtesy D.Kasper), 2021, acrylic on MDF, 97.4 x 65 cm