From 31 January to 3 February at artgenève, ECAL presents an exhibition and a magazine cofounded by Loucia Carlier, a graduate of the Bachelor (2015) and Master (2017) Fine Arts programmes.
“This piece of wall is invisible, if one ignores the large fresco that takes place there. A large quantity of images and symbols are penciled, printed and embossed in it. They crossover each other, like in a medieval version of the library in Interstellar, where references to SF, since its inception, encounter various folklore traditions.
The rust-colored ship, a vessel, a spacecraft, floats in the middle of the Magonia, like a suffering craft that has become a weird receptacle for phantasmagorical journeys. In the smaller formats, living rooms elements stand out, deserted by their tenants. Absurdly apocalyptic visions emerge as a backdrop.”
Klima is a print magazine
which gives a voice to creative, singular and conscious individuals by relating
art, activism and academia.
From 31 January to 3 February 2019, from noon to 8 pm (except Thursday 7 pm) - Stand D11
Image Andreas Lumineau