Past Exhibitions:

Jul-Sep NOS 2010
May NOS 2010
Oct NOS 2009
June NOS 2009
NOS 2008
NOS 2007
NOS 2006




Benjamin Rivière
(“nosebluntslide nollie heelglip to fakie) in 3-parts
Wood, sand and paint 6.5 x 93 x 350 cm overall

Benjamin Rivière * 1976 in Paris (F) Lives & works in Paris (F)

The video Plans par couleur is a fixed plan made up of a succession of loops. The first plan describes a peripheral zone of circulation. The passage of the first in the second plan clarifies the artistic gesture of the taking away in this landscape and more particularly in the architectural graphic design of a palisade. The following plans, built on the mode of the variation, reveal this same gesture of taking away, but this time in the advertising graphic design of panels with plates tri-visions. The representation in plans (map) and the visual phenomenon recorded by the camera, projected then on the screen, introduced a dialogue with the abstraction and reveal the passage of the « painting window » to a "painting screen". The video also questions the border between the fixed image and the image moving. The sound, in catch direct, and associated to each loop introduces an except field. (Benjamin Rivière & Une histoire extraordinaire’, Vincent Pécoil, catalogue de l’exposition La lettre volée, Brussels)