The gallery RVB Books is holding its second exhibition devoted to the work of Marina Gadonneix. In the series Landscapes and The house That burn Every Day, the artist weaves a complex link between documentary and fiction by exploring places that have been temporarily abandoned. Landscapes presents a previously unpublished series by Marina Gadonneix who, over years of research, has brought together a collection of singular images: blue or green overlays, used as neutral backgrounds for special effects in cinema and on television. Images between abstraction and figuration, place and non-place, fullness and emptiness, these landscapes, once subtracted from their matrix, may only be considered as images in their abstract representation.
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