Bernard Moninot. Le dessin élargi

Bernard Moninot. Le dessin élargi : 02-Bernard MONINOT : Chambre d’écho, 2015 Cordes à piano, acrylique, soie, aluminium, carton, Rhodoïd et fil d’argent. 28 x 67 x 40 cm    Bernard Moninot. Le dessin élargi : 03-Bernard MONINOT : Point de rosée, 2019 Bois, plâtre, corde à piano, carton, gaze à fibre de verre, gouttes de verre et fil de Nylon. 139 x 194 x 25 cm Courtesy Galerie Jean Fournier   

The exhibition

Bernard Moninot, ideas like waves

Blending science with the unconscious and intuition, Moninot is an artist of oxymoron as well as synesthesia - he intends to translate words by forms or silence by a shadow. At the Hospice Saint-Roch museum, after an exhibition at the Domaine de Kerguéhennec this summer, his installation Ensecrètement presents a transparent silk room where suspended elements mechanically set in motion are alternately illuminated and projected into the surrounding space. Presented at the Jean Fournier Gallery in 2020, this matrix work bears at its heart a phrase he owes to his just-deceased friend Jean-Luc Nancy, summing up the ambition of his work: "The strange memory of what has never settled in a memory."

Extract from the article by Emma Noyant published in the N°98 of the issue Art Absolument.


16/10/2021 - 30/12/2021
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