Context
Artist
Stand Galerie m
Evelina Cajacob
Lucinda Devlin
Antje Dorn
Thomas Florschuetz
Caroline von Grone
Gotthard Graubner
Carla Guagliardi
Evelyn Hofer
Aino Kannisto
Lee Ufan
Laura Letinsky
François Morellet
Simone Nieweg
François Perrodin:
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Arnulf Rainer
Richard Serra
Jan Wawrzyniak
Peter Wegner
floorplan
Contact
Imprint
Galerie m Bochum
François Perrodin
Wall Objects
* 1956 Saint Claude, Guadeloupe
lives and works in Paris

Further information on the actual exhibition with Antje Dorn at Galerie m Galerie m

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The monochrome wall objects by François Perrodin clearly stand out against the white ground, facing off directly with the viewer. While the works are perceived head-on as painted polygonal, angular surfaces, as soon as the viewer moves through the room, their contours begin to change. “The object remains the same of course, but the way we see it is altered by the context,” is how the artist himself puts it.
François Perrodin defines criteria for each series with respect to the surface qualities, the proportions, which are based on numerical ratios, and the color values and their interaction. Despite these rational components, however, the perception of his works defies our comprehension. We can only grasp them intuitively, and do so in continually changing ways.


 


"72.32", 2014
Acrylic on wood
108 x 108 x 9 cm /42,5 x 42,5 x 3,5 inch



Exhibition View, Galerie m Bochum, 2014