Michel Blazy: Pull Over Time

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 (Vue de l'exposition 'Pull Over Time' / Courtesy de Michel Blazy et galerie Art:Concept)
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Vue de l'exposition 'Pull Over Time' / Courtesy de Michel Blazy et galerie Art:Concept

Michel Blazy is an artist from Monaco who has been cooking up art from perishables for over 20 years. Each of his projects is more organic and eccentric than the last, as his latest exhibit ‘Pull Over Time’ at the Art:Concept gallery proves. Combining materials ranging from shaving cream to spaghetti and beetroot mash, Blazy’s exhibit is an ironic, poetic critique of consumerist culture. Clothes are covered in shaving cream and weeds, a plant grows out of the USB port on a camera, and a lawn grows in the laptop space of a keyboard. Blazy turns the tables on modernity by having nature encroach upon the technological. Fragile, self-destructive and a little bit mad, the end result is effective and compelling. 

By: Tania Brimson/MH

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