About

Created in 2018, the Miyu Gallery is the first gallery in the world entirely dedicated to animated filmmakers. Contemporary and international, it promotes both the plastic work of these artists and the practice of animated techniques in contemporary art.

Contacts

Galerie Miyu

01 88 32 91 77
galerie@miyu.fr

4 rue d’Enghien
75010 Paris
France

Visite sur RV, du mardi au samedi.

Visit by appointment, from Tuesday to Saturday

About

Created in 2018, the Miyu Gallery is the first gallery in the world entirely dedicated to animated filmmakers. Contemporary and international, it promotes both the plastic work of these artists and the practice of animated techniques in contemporary art.

Contacts

Galerie Miyu

01 88 32 91 77
galerie@miyu.fr

4 rue d’Enghien
75010 Paris
France

Visite sur RV, du mardi au samedi.

Visit by appointment, from Tuesday to Saturday

Dance of Death

Extract

Description

Enclosed in a spherical world we travel simultaneously in three different points both models, but miniature and gigantic at the same time. The scenes represented by the model are ghostly and immobile vestiges of the medieval iconography which are deformed, transformed and destroyed to finally reborn. The meeting of three disproportionates human skulls, vanities, triggers perturbation up to chaos. Skeletons dance to announce this change. A cycle of continual construction and deconstruction takes place.

Cartel

Contents

  • Audiovisual installation (loop), triptych with 3 synchronized HD video projections, 5.1 surround sound
  • making of

Themes

  • Vanity, finitude
  • Medieval iconography

Extract

Description

Enclosed in a spherical world we travel simultaneously in three different points both models, but miniature and gigantic at the same time. The scenes represented by the model are ghostly and immobile vestiges of the medieval iconography which are deformed, transformed and destroyed to finally reborn. The meeting of three disproportionates human skulls, vanities, triggers perturbation up to chaos. Skeletons dance to announce this change. A cycle of continual construction and deconstruction takes place.

Cartel

Contents

  • Audiovisual installation (loop), triptych with 3 synchronized HD video projections, 5.1 surround sound
  • making of

Themes

  • Vanity, finitude
  • Medieval iconography
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