20 Nov - 20 Dec 2015
2 - 6pm
Saturday until 18:30
Sunday after the concert, 17:30
76 rue de la Verrerie
Paris, Île-de-France, 75004
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A group exhibition in Saint-Merry Church with seven artists. The LWO photographer imagines what the atmosphere would be filled with fine particles that transform the everyday.
Exposure of LWO, consists of pictures of a fictional universe that could become a reality. The atmosphere has changed. An orange-red glow covers the planet: our future?
"While the sun is harsher, some of its rays strike in places creating giant lasers. They radiate everything deeply that they encounter. A strange light charged tiny particles emerges all around. This transparent cloud penetrates buildings, permeates the walls and furniture, which in turn iridescent the surrounding environment. That is outside or inside, the phenomenon is permanent. If the night is a good time to avoid too violent rays, artificial lights, street furniture continue to emit a reddish halo. Nature is strongly impacted, trees and plants wither, the soil is acidic, the air is suffocating, cohorts of refugees wander across the land becoming hostile without knowing where to go. Nature is strongly impacted, trees and plants wither, the soil is acidic, the air is suffocating, cohorts of refugees wander the lands become hostile. Through this fictional story, it is, by mirror, reflecting on our fragile environment and what might become our daily lives if we do nothing to preserve it."
Voir et Dire, the network of visual arts of Saint-Merry