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L'experience de la vision qui construit et déconstruit la perception géométrique.
Les aberrations optiques sont dues à des défauts des images dus à la dispersion et aux écarts aux conditions de Gauss. "L'approximation de Gauss, d'après le physicien allemand Carl Friedrich Gauss est l'approximation linéaire de l'optique géométrique obtenue lorsque les angles d'incidence des rayons sont faibles et que le point d'incidence est proche de l'axe optique. Les écarts à cette approximation (rencontrés notamment dans les instruments d'optique travaillant en « grand angle » sont appelés aberrations géométriques." L'ensemble des conditions menant à l'approximation de Gauss est appelé conditions de Gauss.
The experience of vision: building and deconstructing geometric perception.

"Optical aberrations are due to defects in images due to the dispersion and differences in terms of Gauss." Gaussian approximation (named after the German physicist Carl Friedrich Gauss) is the linear approximation of geometric optics obtained when the incident angles of the rays are weak and the point of incidence is close to the optical axis. Deviations from this approximation (encountered especially in optical instruments working in "wide angle") are called geometric aberrations. "All the conditions leading to the Gaussian approximation is called Gauss conditions."  

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They are not a celebration of power, but rather of partial destruction, incomplete restoration, and even resilience. Beyond their, sometimes ironic aspect, these restructured artworks are to be interpreted as reflections on time, history, memories, or dreams. For the Changwon Biennale, the artist realizes a work inspired by the environmental crisis. The idea behind the work is to distort our perception of the space and the feeling of home, to shift our visual experience by building and deconstructing our perception, in order to open our mind to see the hidden layers of reality.
- First installation realised for the Changwon Sculpture Biennale 2020 in South korea
- Second site-specific installation in the Kunsthalle Osnabrück in Germany
Wood mdf, painting, plaster
H: 2,30m x L: 4m x l: 2,30m
H: 3,15m x L: 19m x thickness 15cm / H: 3,32 x L: 19m x 15cm
Realisation time:
500 hours
1200 hours
2020 - 2015