JUMP @ CAC Brétigny, Nov 19 – Jan 22

17 November 2016

The JUMP group exhibition is on at CAC Brétigny, opening November 19 and running to January 22. 

Commissioned by Céline Poulin, 15 artists will show including Julie Béna, Aleksandra Domanović, Zackary Drucker, Dennis Rudolph and Sean Raspet, among others. These artists’ work exists on the edges of perception, looking at what it means to be seen and not seen and to be and not be real, questioning the essence of identity and its fluidity in the context of reality.

The exhibition will be presented in an installation designed by Jean-Pascal Flavien exploring these transitions — redefining and blurring our understanding of space and artefacts; as intimate, utilitarian, and ambivalent forms, or even passages between realities.

See the CAC Brétigny website for (French-language) details.**

Aleksandra Domanović , Bulls Without Horns (2016). Courtesy Tanya Leighton, Berlin.
Aleksandra Domanović , ‘Bulls Without Horns’ (2016). Courtesy Tanya Leighton, Berlin.
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1 July 2011

We don’t talk much about Belgian animation (mayb too much about French, Brit & Spaniard…) but we’ve heard about La Cambre before, and it’s always nice to see recent-graduate’s work. Julien Regnard just uploaded his latest works to his vimeo account; and it seems like Neo was a bit of a parkour wannabe… he just didn’t “study & drink enough milk”, that’s the secret!

His previous “La Nuit de l’Ours” which he created with Pascal Giraud & Alexis Fradier grabbed quite a lot of attention this year not only being part of Annecy’s official selection but winning Anima’s best short film award or “Court Mais Bon” Jury award.

His water-colour & paint on glass aesthetics (using many times the French software TVpaint) are key for these results, and we really hope to see more. Much more.

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