Une exposition de Robert Carter
Vernissage vendredi 10 février de 18h30 à 22h
Visible jusqu'à la prochaine exposition....
Last Spring Robert came to France with a video camera and a vague ambition to make a film. A social documentary about the Clermont Pigeon Union (colombophiles). He met the men, their racing birds and fluffed-up prize winning beauties. This as-yet unfinished project currently hangs in the balance. An unhatched egg. A potentially empty shell.
Having reached a point where he felt defeated by language and incapable of writing a simple narrative that didn’t entirely revolve around his own self-interest, the artist felt an urge to stick his hands into some clay. To work in silence. To get out of his head and into his hands and arms. This exhibition presents the resultant work, a series of ceramic reliefs inspired by a book he found in the flea market last year.
53 Rue Drelon, 2ème étage
Visites de l'exposition sur rendez-vous:
Cette exposition est soutenue par la DRAC Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes,
Artistes en résidence et la Bergen Kommune - Norvège
53 rue Drelon, Clermont-Ferrand