• Le Cercle Fermé by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil.


    Posted on 15th January, by Dana Tomić Hughes in installations. 5 Comments

    Le Cercle Ferme by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil | Yellowtrace

    Le Cercle Ferme by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil | Yellowtrace

    Le Cercle Ferme by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil | Yellowtrace

    Le Cercle Ferme by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil | Yellowtrace

    Le Cercle Ferme by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil | Yellowtrace

    Le Cercle Ferme by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil | Yellowtrace

    Le Cercle Ferme by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil | Yellowtrace

    Le Cercle Ferme by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil | Yellowtrace

    Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil, Le Cercle fermé, exhibition view, 2011.
    Photo © Joseph Tomassini.

     

    Everything is cool. You’re not still drunk from last night. No, you’re not losing your shit – the rooms here really do look like they are melting. You’re fine. Relax.

    ‘Le Cercle Fermé’ is a surreal art installation by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil which took place at 2011 Venice Biennale. The concept of space is central to all Feipel & Bechameil’s work, and this installation was no exception. ‘Le Cercle Fermé’ (The Closed Circle) proposed a new type of space while going beyond the physiological limits of our perception. I love the way this this work seduces and gently steers reality in a new direction. A perfect recipe for loosening and expanding the mind. Just what the doctor ordered for this curious and trippy little designer.

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    [Images courtesy of the artists. Photos © Joseph Tomassini.]

     





  • 5 Responses to “Le Cercle Fermé by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil.”

    1. 2moiselles says:

      Incredible project. It must be surrealist to be inside this place. Great :-) xx
      2moiselles

    2. aurelia-m says:

      J’adorerais aller à la Biennale de Venise. Il doit y avoir des choses incroyables tels que des projets comme celui-ci!!

    3. Lauren says:

      I don’t like it, but I like it. If that makes sense…



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