Deadware is a mass grave of click. From the revolutionary wave to the struggle for existence of individuals on the web, clicks are legions to be condemned to certain death. Fleeting, innocent and multiple, clicks are merely mortal. The festive spirit associated with the use of confetti, is transformed here into a pessimistic paper reinterpretation. Like what it represents, this realization has no quantity, no space and until the last click, no temporality.
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Born in France in 1981, Jean-Benoît Lallemant is an artist who questions representation in the age of the Internet, real-time and new communication technologies. In particular, he focuses on the status of painting within this context, and more precisely on the painting of history. Read more
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Black paper 160g/m2, quantity and dispersion variable
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