On the occasion of their exhibition the French artists are showcasing results of their artistic research which focuses on work with space, the status of architectural elements and objects within a territory.
The two artists have created within the gallery and cloister spaces a group of discontinuous columns and a horizontal ray of light generate a relationship between the inside and the outside, fashioning an ambiguous architecture that is both structuring and loose.
Matthieu Barbezat was born in 1981 in Nyon (Switzerland) and Camille Villetard in 1987 in Paris. Together they live and work between Bern and Paris.
- Barbezat-Villetard, Like Ripples on a Blank Shore, Centre culturel suisse, 2017 / © Marc Domage