Matthew Ronay

In and Out and In and Out, Again
Gallery of Matthew Ronay
3 Pictures et 1 vidéo

Gallery of Matthew Ronay

3 Pictures et 1 vidéo

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In and Out and In and Out, Again
In and Out and In and Out, Again 2013

For the Biennale, Matthew Ronay is showing a work which tells the great story of death and all that follows it. With their obsessive symbolic forms, his sculptures make their way slowly towards the threshold of apainting – a gateway to the unknown. In its mix of the contemplative and the shamanistic, Ronay’s oeuvre is a sensory and mental experience with a straight forward but enigmatic storyline. Makeshift materials like papier-mâché, wood and fabric are pushed to the limits of their potential, but the artist has ensured that the work, which highlights the interplay of mind and body, defies immediate interpretation. The leading role is given to a ship in order to give substance to the idea of a journey with an unknown destination. The huge assemblage seems to connect with some kind of archaic ritual, forgotten to contemporary society.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
In and Out and In and Out, Again
In and Out and In and Out, Again 2013

For the Biennale, Matthew Ronay is showing a work which tells the great story of death and all that follows it. With their obsessive symbolic forms, his sculptures make their way slowly towards the threshold of apainting – a gateway to the unknown. In its mix of the contemplative and the shamanistic, Ronay’s oeuvre is a sensory and mental experience with a straight forward but enigmatic storyline. Makeshift materials like papier-mâché, wood and fabric are pushed to the limits of their potential, but the artist has ensured that the work, which highlights the interplay of mind and body, defies immediate interpretation. The leading role is given to a ship in order to give substance to the idea of a journey with an unknown destination. The huge assemblage seems to connect with some kind of archaic ritual, forgotten to contemporary society.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
In and Out and In and Out, Again
In and Out and In and Out, Again 2013

For the Biennale, Matthew Ronay is showing a work which tells the great story of death and all that follows it. With their obsessive symbolic forms, his sculptures make their way slowly towards the threshold of apainting – a gateway to the unknown. In its mix of the contemplative and the shamanistic, Ronay’s oeuvre is a sensory and mental experience with a straight forward but enigmatic storyline. Makeshift materials like papier-mâché, wood and fabric are pushed to the limits of their potential, but the artist has ensured that the work, which highlights the interplay of mind and body, defies immediate interpretation. The leading role is given to a ship in order to give substance to the idea of a journey with an unknown destination. The huge assemblage seems to connect with some kind of archaic ritual, forgotten to contemporary society.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
In and Out and In and Out, Again 2013

For the Biennale, Matthew Ronay is showing a work which tells the great story of death and all that follows it. With their obsessive symbolic forms, his sculptures make their way slowly towards the threshold of apainting – a gateway to the unknown. In its mix of the contemplative and the shamanistic, Ronay’s oeuvre is a sensory and mental experience with a straight forward but enigmatic storyline. Makeshift materials like papier-mâché, wood and fabric are pushed to the limits of their potential, but the artist has ensured that the work, which highlights the interplay of mind and body, defies immediate interpretation. The leading role is given to a ship in order to give substance to the idea of a journey with an unknown destination. The huge assemblage seems to connect with some kind of archaic ritual, forgotten to contemporary society.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller