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"Propagation of Monotony" is
an installation produced by F93
and staged by Éric Jourdan
and Gaël Hugo.
"Propagation" presents a selection
of photographic, video and musical
works via a scenographic and
audiovisual system developed
and built by Enzyme.
The screens are depolarised,
revealing a completely white image,
and are deciphered by windows
transported on an aluminium structure.
Implementation of 3 depolarised
55’ LCD screens,
Stereo sound system,
Optical PMMA polarising windows,
Wood and Kvadrat fabric totems,
Painted aluminium profile structure,
Work by Pierre Huyghe
"The Scintillating Exhibition, Act II”
is an installation by Pierre Huygue,
exhibited at the Bregenz Museum
based on an incomplete fictional work
by Edgar Poe.
A real sound and light show soothes
visitors on a dreamlike journey, to the
sound of a piece by Erik Satie
reorchestrated by Claude Debussy.
Re-published in 2007 in two copies,
for Art Unlimited (Art-Basel),
the work was redesigned by Enzyme
in line with the 21st century.
The latest edition equipped with
incandescent lighting was produced in
2008; still with tailor-made spotlights.
LED lighting specially-developed
in-house: 200 spotlights
manufactured in aluminium and
assembled in our workshops.
High-end audio system
AIA for Marian Goodman Gallery.