Tension Précaire, takes place in the old Le Capitole cinema, which has been transformed into an exhibition space. The exhibition is in two parts. On the ground floor, Ufan's minimalist, precise, zen scultpures provide space and invite visitors to contemplate and meditate: crystals, smooth, bare rocks, at times lit up by two projectors so that two shadows are drawn on the white gravel ground, sometimes in dialogue with a curved steel plate or adjoining a black, curved bar trying to key into the roundness and smoothness around it. Still in the pared back spirit, there's an installation on the ground of three stones.
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