Paintings and paper works
A Constructed World’s recent paintings attempt a transition between mediums; performance, rehearsal, video and painting, where one takes on the quality of the other. Rather than displaying interest in the inherent qualities of painting these works show how one can inhabit the other and interpret liveness and performativity. Installed over a large Paper Room, made over four years with the group Speech and What Archive, this room tests out the spatio-temporal potential of painting.
Speech and What Archive is a group of artists, curators, an art historian, writer and philosopher invited together by ACW in 2009, including Fabien Vallos, Matthew Rana, Clémence de Montgolfier, Sébastien Pluot, Anna Hess, Marie Gautier, Fabrice Reymond, Etienne Bernard and Yann Sérandour.