Rhizome 2008

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  • Installation Rhizome de Saraswati Gramich (lait) et de Marc Guillermin (droite)
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Adada, St-Denis - from 10 to 27 September 2008

An exhibition of sculpture and installation by Marc Guillermin and Saraswati Gramich proposes the notion of order and assured disorder. It suggests the notion of formation, deformation, determination, partaking, transformation, destruction.

It questions the idea of creation, imperfection, unachieved, of our relation to aesthetic, of domination and resistance. It demonstrates the combinations, uncertain fragments, and the reminiscent or invented of hazy and farther memories but strangely clear.

Some works don't have the end, because they don't have the beginning. The passage from one to another generates an unending process and energy.

It suggests growth. Where does it from and where to? What is the purpose? What is the limit? What is its possible expansion? What does it say? Shall we regulate that growth? Shall we encourage, interrupt, control or domesticated it? Is it freedom or confinement?

It is about seduction. Seduce to survive, to surprise, provoking desire. To invent for not getting disappeared or to invent to make others disappeared. It is a vaccination against the aggressive world outside.