Jean-Luc Moulène | Exhibition catalogueSold by Centre Pompidou (Livres et produits dérivés) Topics
Through these previously unseen works, the exhibition circuit invites viewers to grasp the richness and complexity, both abstract and physical, of the artist's world. Jean-Luc Moulène seeks to « objectivise » the world through a variety of practices, forms, and subjects. His thinking is rooted in mathematics, particularly set theory, which can function as a metaphor for social space.
By using 3D-design techniques, he thus explores operations such as intersection, laterality, and cutting, in the tension between body and object. His works question the shared space, the form of this space, and its intersection with individual space.
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