Art Visuel/The Dancing Skins

Installation,  E-Art,  Hangzhou,  China,  10/02 – 01/03/2018

Five skins are dancing, motionless, around a sleeping volcano, before a sky made of skin. This installation, where lighting plays an important role, has a landscape aspect which is novel in this work. The five periferal skins are hanging, wrapped around themselves, as if they had just been removed from their bodies. A harsh lighting is coming from above. The larger skins, that comprise the sky and landscape, are translucent and lit in a diffuse manner. The importance of void in this space is reminscent of the Chinese tradition of landscape painting.

Stéphane Dumas © 2017

Art Visuel/The Dancing Skins

Installation,  E-Art,  Hangzhou,  China,  10/02 – 01/03/2018

Five skins are dancing, motionless, around a sleeping volcano, before a sky made of skin. This installation, where lighting plays an important role, has a landscape aspect which is novel in this work. The five periferal skins are hanging, wrapped around themselves, as if they had just been removed from their bodies. A harsh lighting is coming from above. The larger skins, that comprise the sky and landscape, are translucent and lit in a diffuse manner. The importance of void in this space is reminscent of the Chinese tradition of landscape painting.

Five skins are dancing, motionless, around a sleeping volcano, before a sky made of skin. This installation, where lighting plays an important role, has a landscape aspect which is novel in this work. The five periferal skins are hanging, wrapped around themselves, as if they had just been removed from their bodies. A harsh lighting is coming from above. The larger skins, that comprise the sky and landscape, are translucent and lit in a diffuse manner. The importance of void in this space is reminscent of the Chinese tradition of landscape painting.

Visual Art/The Dancing Skins

Installation,  E-Art,  Hangzhou,  China,  10/02 – 01/03/2018

Five skins are dancing, motionless, around a sleeping volcano, before a sky made of skin. This installation, where lighting plays an important role, has a landscape aspect which is novel in this work. The five periferal skins are hanging, wrapped around themselves, as if they had just been removed from their bodies. A harsh lighting is coming from above. The larger skins, that comprise the sky and landscape, are translucent and lit in a diffuse manner. The importance of void in this space is reminscent of the Chinese tradition of landscape painting.