July 22, 2013

Baptiste Debombourg. Flow.

‘Flow’ is a sign of resurrection, rebellion, the sudden mirror of our mass consumption society that kills its own producers. Debombourg used hundreds of cracked windshield arranged in such a way that they resemble a catastrophic flood of polluted water rushing inside the gallery. It almost feels like ignored vomit being spewed out from on high. The installation criticizes consumption in which neither human beings nor – even less – objects are respected. As stated in the official press release: ‘We do not swim in a sea of windscreens, we remain under the glass, suffocating as if under ice, devoured by our own creations.’

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