‘Behind closed eyelids’ is an exhibition of worn-out objects salvaged from waste, collected and then ‘ritualised’, by Magali Lambert. Her rituals blend words and images, making tired shapes tell stories and hint at mysteries. From the basement to the hallway, from the treasure chest to the transparent souvenir shrine, everything is fragile, evoking the precious yet precarious nature of life.
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