Mutatio












  • Exhibition

  • Name Anat (Slider 2 blocs, image right)


    • Mutatio

      12 oct. 2019 > 19 oct. 2019

      Hosted in the Garage Amelot in Paris, the Mutatio exhibition brings together twenty international artists whose practice occupies the multiple fields of visual arts. It offers a journey, where the works and installations developed by the artists, respond to the different metaphors aroused by this building.

      Located in the heart of Paris, the Garage Amelot has 7 levels spread over nearly 3000 m2.
      A symbol of the industrial world of the post-war period, the Garage Amelot, owned by the company Renault for nearly 60 years, is a sanctuary. It is destined for an upcoming transformation. It is this mutating space that Mutatio’s artists invest in an original way through a variety of visual art interventions: from painting to sculpture, including graphics, installation and video projection.
      Mutatio takes the Garage Amelot as a metaphor, that of a world that changes in depth: the transformation of the industrialism into a digital post industrial, the transformation of the city, the mutation of capitalism and genetics, political and climatic change.... As well as the mutation of artistic practices.
      Precursory of a societal transformation by the forms they propose, by their apprehension of everyday life and the cosmos as a thinking, the artists presented in Mutatio are holders of the regeneration of our world of today.

      Les artistes: Philippe Apeloig, Vincent Beaurin - Solrey, Rodrigo Braga, Miguel Chevalier, Cedric Carles, Analivia Cordeiro, Pascal Dombis, Julia Kater, Betty Leirner, Dominique Liquois, Mameluca, Namgoong Whan, Marylène Negro, Mano Penalva, Florian Pugnaire & David Raffini, Lou Ros, Valentin van der Meulen, Pascal Vilcollet.

      curated by Franck James Marlot
  • Visitor information


    Address

    Garage Amelot
    2, passage Saint Pierre Amelot
    75011 Paris
    https://www.mutatio.art


    Opening hours

    vernissage
    October 12, 2019
    from 4pm to 9pm

    exhibition
    from Tuesday 15 October to Saturday 19 October
    from 11 am to 8 pm
    and by appointment