Paris Current

I CAN TOUCH WHAT’S TOO FAR AWAY

Marie Lelouche
Solo show

Inspired by recent research in cognitive science on memory and false reminiscences, Marie Lelouche creates sculptures that are at the same time fragmented reconstructions of borrowed forms, places of memory, or even the protagonists of the exhibition. Can one glimpse in each of these works, our contradictory relationship to our memories?

The exhibition is accompanied by the critical text You have a new memory written by philosopher Cyril Crignon.