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Nature et Artifice. A Lecture by Marion Delarue

Lectures  /  02 Dec 2021
Published: 23.11.2021
Nature et Artifice. A Lecture by Marion Delarue.
Musée des Arts Décoratifs
Management:
Giulia Bergonzini
DEADLINE: 02/12/2021
Marion Delarue. Piece: Tennennomono, 2019-2021. Bone, wood, shell, stone and horse hoof. Photo by: Marion Delarue. Marion Delarue
Piece: Tennennomono, 2019-2021
Bone, wood, shell, stone and horse hoof
Photo by: Marion Delarue
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Intro
In this talk, Marion Delarue will describe the imagination stemming from ceremonial body adornment and how to use it to reflect in a constant body-related fascination.

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Marion Delarue
Marion Delarue studies at the Ecole Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg and settles in Paris after attending several artists in residencies in China and South Korea. Her work, which is regularly awarded and exhibited internationally (Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington, Gardiner Museum in Toronto…), plays with the confusion between authenticity and imitation, between nature and artifice, referencing simulacrum, false pretences and lures. The attachment of Marion Delarue to an imagination stemming from ceremonial body adornment is reflected in a constant body-related fascination. In this way, her pieces question unceasingly the very idea of wearability. As part of her artist in residency at the Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto in 2019, Marion Delarue carries out research on the very specific Japanese hair objects (Kushis, Kanzashis and Kogais) and exhibits the outcome of the process at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, on the occasion of the show « An Uncertain Spring, Invitation to Forty Creators » held until October 2021.

When: 02 December, Thursday, 6.30 pm

Booking information:
Full price € 5, Friends of museums € 4, Students € 2
Purchase possible on-site, depending on availability.
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