Sumakshi Singh

Backstage : Onscreen
Gallery of Sumakshi Singh
2 Pictures et 1 vidéo

Gallery of Sumakshi Singh

2 Pictures et 1 vidéo

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Backstage : Onscreen
Backstage : Onscreen 2012

Real and fake; virtual reality and reality; 3D and flatness : Sumakshi Singh uses the plastic vocabulary of animated films (drawing, scenery and line), of architecture (models) and video. “Can one inhabit a representation ?” is the question that Sumakshi Singh asks us with her exercises in augmented reality. It is a reality that she distorts in an intentionally child like way in order to make more of it and to create a gap between what one experiences and what one perceives. Singh adds fictitious objects and spaces to the space, to the point where the actual space – visible from a single clearly indicated point – is completely obliterated. Take one step back and reality takes over : the objects fragment again, creating strange two dimensional forms.

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49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


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Backstage : Onscreen
Backstage : Onscreen 2012

Real and fake; virtual reality and reality; 3D and flatness : Sumakshi Singh uses the plastic vocabulary of animated films (drawing, scenery and line), of architecture (models) and video. “Can one inhabit a representation ?” is the question that Sumakshi Singh asks us with her exercises in augmented reality. It is a reality that she distorts in an intentionally child like way in order to make more of it and to create a gap between what one experiences and what one perceives. Singh adds fictitious objects and spaces to the space, to the point where the actual space – visible from a single clearly indicated point – is completely obliterated. Take one step back and reality takes over : the objects fragment again, creating strange two dimensional forms.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller
Backstage : Onscreen 2012

Real and fake; virtual reality and reality; 3D and flatness : Sumakshi Singh uses the plastic vocabulary of animated films (drawing, scenery and line), of architecture (models) and video. “Can one inhabit a representation ?” is the question that Sumakshi Singh asks us with her exercises in augmented reality. It is a reality that she distorts in an intentionally child like way in order to make more of it and to create a gap between what one experiences and what one perceives. Singh adds fictitious objects and spaces to the space, to the point where the actual space – visible from a single clearly indicated point – is completely obliterated. Take one step back and reality takes over : the objects fragment again, creating strange two dimensional forms.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller