Céleste Boursier-Mougenot — acquaalta
Past: June 24 → September 13, 2015
This summer, Palais de Tokyo sees its exhibition spaces fundamentally transformed when it welcomes a major installation by Céleste Boursier-Mougenot (born 1961, lives in Sète).
This singular artist of the French scene represents at the same time France at the Venice biennale (9 May — 22 November 2015).
Acquaalta is the annual flood in the Venetian lagoon. In summer 2015, this same phenomenon takes over the spaces of Palais de Tokyo. Céleste Boursier-Mougenot creates a lakeside landscape which leads visitors into an experience, at once tactile, visual and auditory, which changes their perception of the space:
“It is good to worry the visitor sometimes, to give him or herself a coded image. People love seeing themselves disappear.”
As they move across this flooded space, visitors enters a stream of images which set the scene for an imaginary journey, a voyage through their own psyche.
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