Ausstellung: 03. Mai – 01. Juni 2013, Montag – Samstag ab 19 Uhr und nach Vereinbarung
Vernissage: Donnerstag, 02. Mai 2013, 19 Uhr
Aurélie Pertusot hat Kunst in die Hochkunstschule l’Ecole Supérieure d’art de Nancy in Frankreich und in Sint Lukas Art School in Bruxelles studiert. In 2010 hat sie ein Stipendium des Conseil général de Moselle bekommen, um in Berlin ein Projekt in öffentlich Raum zu bauen. Sie hat gerade in Frankreich mit dem Frac Lorraine und der Centre Pompidou Metz gearbeteit und mache viele Performance in Deutschland.
Aurélie Pertosot – Roter Faden
The work of Aurélie Pertosot defines itself by a series of experiments arising from a relationship to drawing and the notions of appearance and disappearance. Through ephemeral interventions, installations in situ and performances, she searches to establish a dialogue with the place, and between the public and the work. Her installations become integrated into the architecture and are conceived for the place where they are presented. Working with economy of means, the imperceptible and the invisible are in the heart of her research which reflects an invisible, adjacent reality. She strives to give form to this virtuality by giving precedence to the use of “low technology”.
Born in 1983 in France, Aurélie Pertosot received degrees from L’Ecole Nationale Supérieur in Nancy (France) and by Sint Lukas Art School in Brussels (Belgium) with honours by the jury in 2007 (Master of Fine Arts). Since 2008, she has been developing a body of work based on drawing and disappearance; with Anne Moirier she offers performances of sound, participating regularly in festivals (France, Luxembourg, and Germany). In 2010, by invitation of the curator of the museum of fine arts of Nancy, she created an interactive installation as part of the exhibition “Beauté Monstres”, as well as participating in exhibitions in the Centre of Art Bastille Grenoble, and the Lorrain Museum of Nancy. Recipient of a residency grant in Berlin by the Conseil General de Moselle, her primary focus is currently art in public spaces.
Kindly supportet by Stiftung Pfefferwerk