Subtile is hosting a unique exhibition by French Annaïg-Guiqel Donadieu, who has lived in Luxembourg for almost 10 years.
Rapprochement is an exhibition that allows the viewer to be the protagonist. Donadieu was initially reluctant to exhibit her work, as she felt that her oeuvre was not yet complete… that an element was lacking for it to feel fully accomplished. This is what spurred the idea of bringing the viewer into the heart of the creative process, allowing interested buyers to participate in the completion of the composition.
The exhibition is split into two series covering two periods of Donadieu’s work. The first part of her new series Autrement, Saison I, is based in a unique place in Brittany photographed during the first confinement. Every day, Donadieu placed took a photograph at the same exact spot. She then overlayed photographs taken over several days, vertically, to show how the pandemic has changed the way we see life around us. Bearings have changed and our points of view have evolved. The final work of art is then completed with a photograph that represents somewhere else, from the time when the world was still considered as normal, albeit still in this verticalized view.
One of her works, 107 Sans Titre, is left incomplete, purposely, with a view to let creativity flow and ideas to emerge unhindered. Everything is possible to bring completion to this work: a photo, a painting, a sentence, an object … you become the artist!
In this context, a workshop called Page Blanche is proposed to guide participants in creating a composition in the same way Donadieu does. The participants will get a quality print photograph of their work taken by Annaïg.
Thursday 29 April - Sunday 13 June
21A avenue Gaston Diderich