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Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy’s isolated Façades leave an eerie...





















Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy’s isolated Façades leave an eerie architectural absence.

As part of an ongoing abstraction of architectural surfaces and settings, Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy continues his ‘Façades’ project for the exhibition ‘le syndrome william gruber (the willam gruber syndrom)’. presented at galerie düo in paris, the — curated by collectif BLBC and on from now until may 30, 2016 — features installations, videos, interactive devices and photographs of hybrid landscapes that blur the border between reality and fiction.

While Gaudrillot-Roy’s original iterations of the series included deconstructed images of urban landscapes by day (previously featured by designboom here) his recent explorations highlight buildings whose exteriors are illuminated by one, or several street lights. ‘here, I have not necessarily wanted to give an answer, but rather evoke a feeling that would be unique to each,’ gaudrillot-roy says. ‘a vision of a new world that would be only an image without intimate space, appearance for only refuge.’ Thanks Designboom


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