Last Night lo-fi
Biennale of young contemporary creation, Mulhouse
June 10 ___ June 13, 2017
Parc expo de Mulhouse
- 120 rue Lefebvre
materials: sandstone, porcelain, brass, offset/woodcut impressions, enamel, iron, car trees
Last night lo-fi is an installation linked to fantasies and nostalgia. It evokes two approaches to desire, different by their times.
This installation is inspired by the series of prints Ein Handschuh by Max Klinger, completed in 1881. It stages a love quest, through the discovery of a glove by a young man.
Last night lo-fi also reinterprets the codes of vaporwave, a musical genre that has its roots in a nostalgia for the 80s.