To celebrate the launch of the third issue of Cercle Magazine on the theme of insects, the team of Cercle and Jeff Mugnier, head of the Syndicat Potentiel in Strasbourg, envisaged an exhibition bringing together 8 artists of various practices and visions on the theme of ‘insect. From April 29, 2015 to May 15, 2015, the work of Solène Bouffard, Sonia Poirot, Myriam Colin, Frédéric Pagace, Christophe Urbain, Max Blotas and Patrick Bailly-Maître Grand and Till Charlier is visible at the Syndicat Potentiel in Strasbourg.
The eight works all have a plastic or semantic link with the theme of insects, the insect becomes a pretext for research, an art material or a symbol of the message.
Christophe Urbain, photographer _Guêpes – vespidae hymenoptera Fly – Dipterus probably tachinidae Syphe – Diptera syrphidae Bombyle – Diptera bombylidae Ant – hymenoptera formicidae_ Ultra-chrome K3 ink print on Fuji fine art photo rag paper 300g. 2015 The site of Christophe Urbain
Solène Bouffard, artist Noctuidae Photographs and text, print on paper Hahnemülhe 100 × 30 cm, 2014-2015
Sonia Poirot, artist Tickling of the wings Video – 2min40 – 2004 The site of Sonia
Poirot Myriam Colin, Touch Artist Habitat 2 Horticultural and wool felt object – 2012 Anthill Drawings in Indian ink, 70 × 100 cm – 2014 – 2015 Anthill Drawings in Indian ink, 21 × 29,7 cm – 2013 The site of Myriam
Colin Frédéric Pagace, artist The pattern unaware of itself Installation of 3 drawings on a series of 5 initials. Digital printing. 80 × 120 cm, 2007 The site of Frédéric Pagace
Max Blotas, artist Turbo tuning Model Saab turbo (scale 1:24), strong glue, scorpion elements, flies, wasps, bees, scarabs, ants and moths. 2.5 × 6 × 2.5 cm, 2015 Car show Video – stop motion, 5 seconds (loop), 2015
Patrick Bailly Maître-Grand, artist photographer Millimeter Flies Silver chlorobromide tests with printing and staining, 1995 Loan of the Art Library of the City of Strasbourg The site of Patrick Bailly Master-Grand
Till Charlier, illustrator Real and imaginary insects Series of 9 digital illustrations. 29.7 × 42 cm, 2015 The site of Till Charlier