Correspondences Musée d'Orsay / Contemporary Art

ARCHIVE
2008
Charles Sandison / Claude Monet

Charles SandisonBlue Water Lilies © ADAGP, Paris /Charles Sandison
Born in Scotland in 1969, the artist Charles Sandison lives, works and teaches in Tampere in Finland. Passionate about the multiple theories in physics and biology, as well as in linguistics and medicine, Sandison is interested in the systems that these put in place, and in the power they exert.

Moving away from pure concept, he uses computer programs and algorithms to create a new language, a reflection on areas of knowledge, which he projects into darkened spaces. Spectators are invited to immerse themselves in this remodelled architecture, to wander between words and signs, experiencing the sense and the sensuality of a poetic design. Sandison has chosen Claude Monet's Blue Water Lilies attracted by the aquatic immersion of the picture.

Chief Curator

Serge Lemoine, President of the Musée d'Orsay, in conjunction with Olivier Gabet, curator, Musée d'Orsay.

With the support of Audi

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Publication

22 February - 4 May 2008
Musée d'Orsay

Opening hours
Admission with the museum ticket

With the support of
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