Selection of Works
Inspired by the sciences, astronomy, natural phenomena and immense landscapes, Caroline Corbasson frees images from their context and objects from their functionality to extract their essence and redesign their reliefs. The economy of means, the density of the images and the rigorous choice of materials (coal, dust, ink, graphite) that characterize her production convey an aspiration to resist the infinite flows of images that surround us. Her relationship to time and space is as free and singular as the media in which she expresses it. Her drawings, sculptures, videos and installation appear as images that carry a rereading of the world envisaged in an ontological and poetic perspective.
If we consider Caroline Corbasson’s work from a panoramic view, a constellation of shadow zones, black holes and rocky cavities emerges from a graphic and orderly universe as points of anchoring in reflection and doubt. Querying the real and its consistency with processes such as wear, alteration or effacement, the artists proposes new territories to explore.