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b. 1968 in Cosenza (Italy); lives and works in Paris (France)
In their interplay between dimension, perspective and scale, Tatiana Trouvé’s works derail time and space while regenerating them via installations, drawings, sculptures and architectural forms. Existing in the interstice separating expectation from activation, her works troublingly transform the exhibition space into a place seemingly in wait for some possible event.
Winner of the Marcel Duchamp Prize in 2007, Tatiana Trouvé recently showed in Central Park with the backing of the Public Art Fund (New York), and at MAMCO (Geneva), the Schinkel Pavilion (Berlin), the Kunsthaus in Graz, the Migros Museum (Zurich) and the Centre Pompidou (Paris).
© Portrait de Tatiana Trouvé, Photo: Jean-Christophe Mazur, Courtesy Galerie Perrotin
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In their interplay between dimension, perspective and scale, Tatiana Trouvé’s works derail time and space while regenerating them via installations, drawings, sculptures and fragments of architectural spaces. For the Biennale, Tatiana Trouvé has installed a floating space, demonstrated by a line of undefined mental, a series of drawings chosen from her main series. The titles – Intranquillity, Remanence, Deployment, Les Désouvenus (The Unremembered Ones) – are there to suggest that, in these drawings, we should be seeing the trace of the artist’s works as a constant return to previous or not yet undertaken projects. Wires, the paper quality, the framing, and the colours in all directions and at all moments recompose and radiate something in Trouvé’s work; it is both factual and elusive, without ever stifling or stabilising it.
Venues : La Sucrière
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