CĂ©line Mathieu

Economy of Means

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  • 💙 Sentiment
  • đŸ–€ CĂ©line Mathieu
  • 💜 CĂ©line Mathieu
  • 💛 Philipp Rupp & Julien Gremaud

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Economy of Means, CĂ©line Mathieu, Installation View
Economy of Means, CĂ©line Mathieu, Installation View
Theresa distilled her grandmother’s church dress, cutting a little patch of its lining and turning it into a concentrated fluid that now lives in a little glass bottle that lets itself be smelled. Artist CĂ©line Mathieu bought a pre-loved wedding ring online, asking to buy with it, the images with which the ring was being sold. Its sellers replied she could use the images as she liked, as long as they could see the result. The ring can be sold as an artwork, or to a goldsmith, the kitchen is for the gallery to keep. Onion shio koji, made from a borrowed broth recipe by Sayuri, fermented in the space for the duration of the build-up and is now for visitors to try. The premise, like most exhibition spaces, is left heated and vacant, so for the duration of the exhibition, the artist lives rent-free at Sentiment. Classically trained ballet dancer Allison was commissioned by CĂ©line to keep her rehearsal videos, the ballerina —not unlike the artist,—tries to stick to discipline while moving away from form. ECONOMY OF MEANS Scent by Theresa Zwerschke Purchased pre-loved weddingring with images Kitchen for the gallery Borrowed broth recipe from Sayuri Sakairi Living elements from Sentiment Inhabited exhibition space Dance rehearsal recordings from ballerina Allison Lang Poster by artist Henrik Potter Sound collaboration with Levi Lanser Sound piece: https://soundcloud.com/c-line-mathieu-40742579/shared-set-of-desiresto- overturn
CĂ©line Mathieu

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