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Rachel Rose

Rachel Rose

Rachel Rose’s first major exhibition in Paris transforms Lafayette Anticipations into an immersive space exploring states between real and artificial, dead and alive. The exhibition takes visitors on a journey that begins with birth and childhood and ends with what lies beyond. On view is a series of sculptures and several video installations, including real-life science fiction, a cell animated film and historical fiction. Rose  uses different strategies, such as shimmering surfaces, ghostly screen backs, and absorbent tunnels to create a sense of disorientation, hallucination and uncanniness. 

At a time of major environmental and spiritual upheaval, Rose’s work reveals commonalities throughout history, from supernaturalism to the future of the body.

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