Agathe Fleury

With site-specific installations, collages and audio-based works, Fleury irritates the viewer’s tactile capacities and, accordingly, their expectations. A door too narrow to pass through, a well-known pop song with altered lyrics and a 2 euro coin that’s been badly reproduced are just a few examples of the artist’s re-rendering of everyday phenomena. Fleury seems to enjoy destroying things and putting in a lot of effort while doing so (drilling countless holes into a heavy steel rod, for example), but this doesn’t lead to a feeling of aggression; rather, it brings out the fragility in everything, be it material or immaterial.

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