Olivier Bardin

Video installation

27 Jan 2005
20 Mar 2005

Through his art Olivier Bardin has been delving into the concepts of voice and the image, and the conditions of their reception, while including the viewer’s position in his analysis. He designs displays that can bring out the various relationships between these different protagonists and therefore highlight the conditions of representation and reception.

The Center for Contemporary Images is presenting four pieces by Bardin. Their layout not only helps to modify the space and our perception of it, but also renews our reading of the works offered, revealing other possible relationships between the viewer, the discourse, and the image. Thanks to a kind of mirror effect, viewers find themselves included in the work of art.

OpeningWednesday 26 January 2005 at 6pm