PYRAMYD EDITIONS ‘Nathalie Junod Ponsard,
Light as a second skin’
‘Nathalie Junod Ponsard is a major figure in the contemporary art world. She creates artworks and light installations that explore space and its effects on the living body, offering visitors unique aesthetic experiences that sometimes destabilise their perception. Places are modified and revisited by being immersed in light, space is made to feel denser, and the artist seeks to achieve symbiosis between the artwork and the viewer. Her installations, which are often monumental, are placed in varied settings and sites including museums, galleries, iconic buildings, historic monuments and public and urban spaces. Her works feature in the collections of numerous public and private institutions. One of her recent creations can be seen at the Élysée Palace in Paris.’
Punctuated by critical texts: Agnès Violeau, Anaïd Demir, Venka Purushothaman, Christophe Kihm, Line Herbert-Arnaud and Marie-Christine Loriers. Texts from Damien Schoëvaërt-Brossault, biochimist of light introduce the “non visual” perception in the art works.
This book is printed in Hexachrome in order to do justice to the luminous intensity of the artworks and presents over fifty creations produced over the last thirty years.
Translation : Martyn back
Contact : Christelle Doyelle – email@example.com
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Hardcover book –
23 x 29 cm