Ann Lislegaard

 Oracles, Owls – Some Animals Never Sleep
Gallery of Ann Lislegaard
5 Pictures et 1 vidéo

Gallery of Ann Lislegaard

5 Pictures et 1 vidéo

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 Oracles, Owls – Some Animals Never Sleep
Oracles, Owls – Some Animals Never Sleep 2012 - 2013

For these works created specially for the 2013 Biennial, Ann Lislegaard draws freely on the Blade Runner replicant owl. She sees science fiction as an experimental take-off point for the invention of new narrative structures. Her installations, 3D animations and architectural creations are characterised by narratives whose blend of the fragmentary and the complex challenges our cognitive and sensory capacities.The owl, a symbol of wisdom and insight in the Ancientworld, became a bird of ill omen in the Middle Ages.The owl in Philip K. Dick’s novel and Ridley Scott’s filmis a twin symbol of attraction and repulsion and Ann Lislegaard tells its dislocated story. Her video-literary fantasy gives us an oracle whose weird, enigmatic words seem totally incapable of being decoded.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


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 Oracles, Owls – Some Animals Never Sleep
Oracles, Owls – Some Animals Never Sleep 2012 - 2013

For these works created specially for the 2013 Biennial, Ann Lislegaard draws freely on the Blade Runner replicant owl. She sees science fiction as an experimental take-off point for the invention of new narrative structures. Her installations, 3D animations and architectural creations are characterised by narratives whose blend of the fragmentary and the complex challenges our cognitive and sensory capacities.The owl, a symbol of wisdom and insight in the Ancientworld, became a bird of ill omen in the Middle Ages.The owl in Philip K. Dick’s novel and Ridley Scott’s filmis a twin symbol of attraction and repulsion and Ann Lislegaard tells its dislocated story. Her video-literary fantasy gives us an oracle whose weird, enigmatic words seem totally incapable of being decoded.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
 Oracles, Owls – Some Animals Never Sleep
Oracles, Owls – Some Animals Never Sleep 2012 - 2013

For these works created specially for the 2013 Biennial, Ann Lislegaard draws freely on the Blade Runner replicant owl. She sees science fiction as an experimental take-off point for the invention of new narrative structures. Her installations, 3D animations and architectural creations are characterised by narratives whose blend of the fragmentary and the complex challenges our cognitive and sensory capacities.The owl, a symbol of wisdom and insight in the Ancientworld, became a bird of ill omen in the Middle Ages.The owl in Philip K. Dick’s novel and Ridley Scott’s filmis a twin symbol of attraction and repulsion and Ann Lislegaard tells its dislocated story. Her video-literary fantasy gives us an oracle whose weird, enigmatic words seem totally incapable of being decoded.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
 Oracles, Owls – Some Animals Never Sleep
Oracles, Owls – Some Animals Never Sleep 2012 - 2013

For these works created specially for the 2013 Biennial, Ann Lislegaard draws freely on the Blade Runner replicant owl. She sees science fiction as an experimental take-off point for the invention of new narrative structures. Her installations, 3D animations and architectural creations are characterised by narratives whose blend of the fragmentary and the complex challenges our cognitive and sensory capacities.The owl, a symbol of wisdom and insight in the Ancientworld, became a bird of ill omen in the Middle Ages.The owl in Philip K. Dick’s novel and Ridley Scott’s filmis a twin symbol of attraction and repulsion and Ann Lislegaard tells its dislocated story. Her video-literary fantasy gives us an oracle whose weird, enigmatic words seem totally incapable of being decoded.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
 Oracles, Owls – Some Animals Never Sleep
Oracles, Owls – Some Animals Never Sleep 2012 - 2013

For these works created specially for the 2013 Biennial, Ann Lislegaard draws freely on the Blade Runner replicant owl. She sees science fiction as an experimental take-off point for the invention of new narrative structures. Her installations, 3D animations and architectural creations are characterised by narratives whose blend of the fragmentary and the complex challenges our cognitive and sensory capacities.The owl, a symbol of wisdom and insight in the Ancientworld, became a bird of ill omen in the Middle Ages.The owl in Philip K. Dick’s novel and Ridley Scott’s filmis a twin symbol of attraction and repulsion and Ann Lislegaard tells its dislocated story. Her video-literary fantasy gives us an oracle whose weird, enigmatic words seem totally incapable of being decoded.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
Oracles, Owls – Some Animals Never Sleep 2012 - 2013

For these works created specially for the 2013 Biennial, Ann Lislegaard draws freely on the Blade Runner replicant owl. She sees science fiction as an experimental take-off point for the invention of new narrative structures. Her installations, 3D animations and architectural creations are characterised by narratives whose blend of the fragmentary and the complex challenges our cognitive and sensory capacities.The owl, a symbol of wisdom and insight in the Ancientworld, became a bird of ill omen in the Middle Ages.The owl in Philip K. Dick’s novel and Ridley Scott’s filmis a twin symbol of attraction and repulsion and Ann Lislegaard tells its dislocated story. Her video-literary fantasy gives us an oracle whose weird, enigmatic words seem totally incapable of being decoded.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller