Aude Pariset

Planned Fall
Gallery of Aude Pariset
2 Pictures et 1 vidéo

Gallery of Aude Pariset

2 Pictures et 1 vidéo

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Planned Fall
Planned Fall 2013

Aude Pariset’s work is a process that continues through the entire time of the Biennale. She works with the ghostly figure of the zombie, which she applies to consumption and the business of planned obsolescence. Her work begins with pieces of printed material being aged in the fresh air. The fragmented images of the pattern on the material are taken from advertisements for technology products. The work continues with the material being hung in the space, piece by piece, until a hyper-real scene iscreated, inhabited by empty, apparently waiting creatures – ghosts of images embodied by these volatile, weathered envelopes. What Pariset creates here is a poetic counterpoint in the form of a process drawnout in time, in which the logic of consumption is gradually worn away.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


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Planned Fall
Planned Fall 2013

Aude Pariset’s work is a process that continues through the entire time of the Biennale. She works with the ghostly figure of the zombie, which she applies to consumption and the business of planned obsolescence. Her work begins with pieces of printed material being aged in the fresh air. The fragmented images of the pattern on the material are taken from advertisements for technology products. The work continues with the material being hung in the space, piece by piece, until a hyper-real scene iscreated, inhabited by empty, apparently waiting creatures – ghosts of images embodied by these volatile, weathered envelopes. What Pariset creates here is a poetic counterpoint in the form of a process drawnout in time, in which the logic of consumption is gradually worn away.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller
Planned Fall 2013

Aude Pariset’s work is a process that continues through the entire time of the Biennale. She works with the ghostly figure of the zombie, which she applies to consumption and the business of planned obsolescence. Her work begins with pieces of printed material being aged in the fresh air. The fragmented images of the pattern on the material are taken from advertisements for technology products. The work continues with the material being hung in the space, piece by piece, until a hyper-real scene iscreated, inhabited by empty, apparently waiting creatures – ghosts of images embodied by these volatile, weathered envelopes. What Pariset creates here is a poetic counterpoint in the form of a process drawnout in time, in which the logic of consumption is gradually worn away.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller