Rien est impossible

Rien est impossible

Elodie Seguin
January 30, 2010 to February 10, 2010
Elodie Seguin
Elodie Seguin Damier (Correspondances) 2010 Wood, unopened canvas, silkscreen ink & Ink, in-situ piece: protocole Variable size; Germinal, 2010, Wood, silkscreen ink, packed varnished sponge
Elodie Seguin Damier (Correspondances) 2010 Wood, unopened canvas, silkscreen ink & Ink, in-situ piece: protocole Variable size
Elodie Seguin n, 2010,Cardboard, Plexiglas, paper N, 2010, Cardboard, Plexiglas, paper Rockh, 2010,Ink, paper, in-situ piece Voilà, 2010, Wood, rusted nails, 187,8 x 17 x 8 cm
Elodie Seguin, Déplie, 2010, Different kind of wood, Variable size
Elodie Seguin Vitre au mur, 2010, Cotton, tape, Variable size Plan sur plan, 2010, Silkscreen ink, enduit Ton sur trou, 2010, Paper, silkscreen ink, Variable size Plein, 2010,plastic, wood, tag, sponge, paper Sans titre, 2010, cardboard, wood, silkscreen ink
Elodie Seguin Vitre au mur, 2010, Cotton, tape, Variable size Plan sur plan, 2010, Silkscreen ink, enduit Ton sur trou, 2010, Paper, silkscreen ink, Variable size
Elodie Seguin Vitre au mur, 2010, Cotton, tape, Variable size Plan sur plan, 2010, Silkscreen ink, enduit Ton sur trou, 2010, Paper, silkscreen ink, Variable size Plein, 2010,plastic, wood, tag, sponge, paper Sans titre, 2010, cardboard, wood, silkscreen ink
Elodie Seguin, Vitre au mur, 2010, Cotton, tape, Variable size
Elodie Seguin Plan sur plan, 2010, Silkscreen ink, enduit Ton sur trou, 2010, Paper, silkscreen ink, Variable size Plein, 2010,plastic, wood, tag, sponge, paper Sans titre, 2010, cardboard, wood, silkscreen ink
Elodie Seguin Ton sur trou, 2010, Paper, silkscreen ink, Variable size Plein, 2010,plastic, wood, tag, sponge, paper Sans titre, 2010, cardboard, wood, silkscreen ink Germinal, 2010, Wood, silkscreen ink, packed varnished sponge
Elodie Seguin
Elodie Seguin
Elodie Seguin, Niveau, 2010, Silkscreen ink, Variable size
Elodie Seguin, 1/1, 2009, 42 x 25 cm, sérigraphie

Opening: January 30, 2010 2 - 7 PM Upon the invitation of Guillaume Leblon, Galerie Jocelyn Wolff is proud to introduce the work of Elodie Seguin, a very young artist who just completed her studies at the Ecole des Beaux Arts de Paris. For her first solo exhibition, Elodie Seguin proposes a reflection on painting itself. Formulated by the artist as “how to escape the tableau?”, this question develops in the gallery space through a process where the space eventually becomes one with the work of the artist. Asserted in a suspended state during the duration of the exhibition, the work appears as being in the becoming: like a sketch, a form, an outline where the continuity depends upon the will of the artist to continue. Each element is independent and in dialogue with the others, juxtaposed, and ready to enter in dialogue in another space where each’s original form would again be lead to evolve and transform.

January 30, 2010 6-9 PM