Françoise Vanneraud

"El rumor de la altitud"

David Barro

"The rumour of the altitude" gives name to the exhibition carried out by the French author Françoise Vanneraud and curated by the editor and critic David Barro.

The exhibition housed installations and works of small format, all belonging to the author's most recent stage. In it, Vanneraud proposed to the spectators dimensional games - already inherent to the style of the artist - that told us about physical reality in its purest and wildest state, and how it is combined with the experience of memory transforming it into a stage of experiences

According to David Barro, the author's task in this exhibition was not to represent the world, but to recompose it, endowing it with experiences and creating what Barro called the "temporalization of space: a process of interiorization, which remains hidden until it is unrolled and It becomes a map from which to get lost, from which to undertake an uncertain journey. "
"El rumor de la altitud" | David Barro

Works

  • Un paisaje móvil #1

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Un paisaje móvil #1"

    2018

    60.00 x 60.00 cm

    Hanemülhe paper

    Print and drawing

  • Paisaje de piedra 5/6

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Paisaje de piedra 5/6"

    2.016-2.017

    70.00 x 50.00 cm

    Hahnemülhe paper

    Inkjet print over paper

  • Un paisaje móvil #2

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Un paisaje móvil #2"

    2018

    44.00 x 39.00 cm

    Hanemülhe paper

    Print and drawing

  • Paisaje de piedra 6/6

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Paisaje de piedra 6/6"

    2.016-2.017

    70.00 x 50.00 cm

    Hahnemülhe paper

    Inkjet print over paper

  • Un paisaje móvil #3

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Un paisaje móvil #3"

    2018

    37.00 x 57.00 cm

    Hanemülhe paper

    Print and drawing over paper

  • Blue Beam

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Blue Beam"

    2017

    140.00 x 180.00 cm

    Marouflé paper and cloth

    Ink

  • Un paisaje móvil #5

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Un paisaje móvil #5"

    2018

    62.00 x 42.00 cm

    Hanemülhe paper

    Printing on paper and drawing

  • The Apparent Stability of Escape

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "The Apparent Stability of Escape"

    2017

    150.00 x 210.00 cm

    Marouflé paper and cloth

    Ink drawing over paper

  • Un paisaje móvil #7

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Un paisaje móvil #7"

    2018

    40.00 x 97.00 cm

    Hanemülhe paper

    Print and drawing

  • Campo de ocurrencias

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Campo de ocurrencias"

    2018

    65.00 x 32.00 x 10.00 cm

    Paper

    Brass, inkjet printing, drawings on paper

  • Paisaje de piedra 1/6

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Paisaje de piedra 1/6"

    2.016-2.017

    70.00 x 50.00 cm

    Hahnemülhe paper

    Inkjet print over paper

  • Fragmentos

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Fragmentos"

    2018

    300.00 x 120.00 x 90.00 cm

    Paper, stones and brass

    Inkjet print dibujo, stones and brass for instalation

  • Paisaje de piedra 2/6

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Paisaje de piedra 2/6"

    2.016-2.017

    70.00 x 50.00 cm

    Hahnemülhe paper

    Inkjet print over paper

  • Fontaine

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Fontaine"

    2017

    80.00 x 33.00 cm

    Hahnemülhe paper and brass

    Ink print over paper

  • Paisaje de piedra 3/6

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Paisaje de piedra 3/6"

    2.016-2.017

    70.00 x 50.00 cm

    Hahnemülhe paper

    Inkjet print over paper

  • Cascade

    Françoise Vanneraud

    "Cascade"

    2018

    150.00 x 60.00 cm

    Paper

    Acrylic on paper

Reviews

FRANÇOISE

THE LIMIT WHERE ALL POSSIBILITY IS SHAKEN

DAVID BARRO

"The rumour of the altitude" gives name to the exhibition carried out by the French author Françoise Vanneraud and curated by the editor and critic David Barro.

The exhibition housed installations and works of small format, all belonging to the author's most recent stage. In it, Vanneraud proposed to the spectators dimensional games - already inherent to the style of the artist - that told us about physical reality in its purest and wildest state, and how it is combined with the experience of memory transforming it into a stage of experiences.

According to David Barro, the author's task in this exhibition was not to represent the world, but to recompose it, endowing it with experiences and creating what Barro called the "temporalization of space: a process of interiorization, which remains hidden until it is unrolled and It becomes a map from which to get lost, from which to undertake an uncertain journey. "

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