Histoire du Samouraï Chinois

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Born in 1960 in Paris, Juan LeParc has been working on the representation of the human body associating artistic and scientific practices since many years. As he melts anthropological body modifications and scientific images, he creates plastic universes full of hybrid and chimeric creatures coming from mythical imaginations. He created an artistic tetralogy based on the esthetic of monstrosity which allows him to study the ideological contradictions that are the basis of unambiguous speeches on the perfection of the contemporary human body. Read more

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Histoire du Samourai Chinois is part of the series “Fragile” started in 2010 on the theme of human fragility. The main mediums are porcelain and lace for its bourgeois delicacy associated to breakdown situations as cyber war, riots between humans and machines, the torturer robots, corruption of the expert systems and the high frequency algorithms. The elegance and fineness of the Asiatic porcelain is face to face with the prosthesis made of occidental porcelain for the ruthless economic wars.

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Weight 4 kg
Dimensions 100 x 0.5 x 100 cm

Juan Le Parc






Unframed artwork


Digital print on acrylic


9 copies

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