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Pierre Huyghe’s “UUmwelt”

SERPENTINE GALLERIES, London

View of Pierre Huyghe’s “UUmwelt” at Serpentine Galleries, London, 2018.
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Flora Katz

Five large, freestanding LED panels fill the spaces of the Serpentine. Despite their technological nature, they look like temporary plaster walls and give the rooms a stripped appearance. Images scroll onscreen at high speed. In the darkened exhibition space, they have peculiar light and colors, cold and clear tones. Sounds... continue reading
View of Pierre Huyghe’s “In. Border. Deep,” Hauser & Wirth, London, 2014.
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Jeremy Millar

Amber is a form of slow catastrophe, a long compression. A transformation, then, of the resin which once flowed thickly down branch and trunk before these extremities were replaced by those of heat and pressure found deep within chthonic sedimentation. A “beaming sun” (elektron) caught underground, amber’s classical name was... continue reading
Pierre Huyghe at Marian Goodman, Paris

MARIAN GOODMAN GALLERY, Paris

Pierre Huyghe at Marian Goodman, Paris
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Filipa Ramos

The Host and the Cloud, the most recent work of Pierre Huyghe, is an overwhelming mise-en-scène of the contemporary imaginary. The action (of the film) takes place in the former building of the Musée National des Arts et Traditions Populaires. Built by Jean Dubuisson-a disciple of Le Corbusier-and located in the Bois de Boulogne, it was an innovative experiment, conceived to offer a synthetic vision of the traditional French society and constituted as a... continue reading

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