When Stefan Eichhorn is interested in the appropriation of the geodesic dome model of architect Richard Buckminster Fuller by the hippie community, as well as its exploitation for scientific experiments such as “Biosphere 2”, he creates a set of sculptures that can be read as the living spaces of technophile communities. The imaginary of science fiction, conquest, exploitation and space ecology, popular and scientific culture … feed the work of Stefan Eichhorn, these fields of research meet an economy of means made of recycling and cheap materials. Would the utopian elsewhere that Stefan Eichhorn summons be only an illusion?
Florentine Charon lives and works in Paris where she graduated from a master’s degree in photography and contemporary art at Paris 8 in 2013 and from the Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2017.
She has exhibited in different countries: in Mexico at the Lux Perpetua art center (2016), at the Robert Doisneau house in Gentilly (2016), in Tokyo during the Suki Festival (2017), at the Yvon Lambert collection in Avignon (2018), in São Paulo, Brazil (2018), at the Folkwang museum in Essen, Germany (2018), in the chapel of the Palais de l’Ile in Annecy (2018), and most recently at the Glassbox gallery in Paris.
In 2020 she was awarded the ARP La Seine research grant by the Beaux-Arts de Paris.
Born in Paris in 1991, Martin Faure lives and works between London, France and Havana.
Recently graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, he has organized and participated in several individual and group exhibitions, with the idea of promoting a dialogue between artistic disciplines and their mediums.
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