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Switch, 2022, performance in two parts, about 40 min each, La Gaîté Lyrique production In collaboration with the ASMR artist Behind The Moons
Let me relax you by touching works of art, 2021, video, binaural sound, 44'41",Studio 13/16 - Centre Pompidou production In collaboration with the ASMR artist Behind The Moons
The Impure Circulations, 2020-2021, poster, 27 x 37 inches Graphic design: Léna Araguas et Alaric Garnier
Art and Sneakers series, 2018 - ongoing, #39 Alexander Rodtchenko, Constructivist poster, 1923 / Adidas Yung 1 Shoes Red Navy
Odyssey (Aurélien), 2019, HD video, 9/16, 3'56''
Monologue (Aurélien), 2019, vidéo, HD, 9/16, (5 min 47)
Swipe Dream #5, 2019, framed fine art print, 9,9 x 17,7 inches
Troll #6, 2019, fabric mask, chain, 11,9 x 18,3 inches
Net (Pandinus Dictator), 2016, series of five, cellphones, online found footage, 7,8 x 10,6 inches each
View from the exhibition "Unamed Feelings", 2017, Galerie 22,48m², Paris
Seizure (Pandinus Dictator), 2016, Photograph, pigmentary print, 9,4 x 11,8 inches
Fulgur (Pandinus Dictator), 2016, pigmentary print, 11,5 x 13,8 inches
Just The Fact Nothing But The Fact, 2016-2017, HD video, 10'26"
Black Armor, 2017, installation, 13 elements of fairing made of ABS plastic, 70 x 62,9 inches
View of the exhibition, "Unamed Feelings", 2017, Galerie 22,48m²
Embedded Files, 2015 - 2017, Installation, 12 paraffin blocks, found pictures and objects, light box, plexiglass shelf, HD video, 48'56". Video made in collaboration with the Youtuber Rikita ASMR.
✨ Unboxing + tapping + whisper ✨ with Rikita ASMR, (Embedded Files), 2017, HD video, headphones , binaural sound system, 48'56"
Blue Skin (détail), 2017, pigmentary print on fine art paper, 62,9 x 11,8 inches each
Deux Visions, Series of diptychs, pages of the book La France de Depardon, screenshots from Google Street View, 62,9 x 11,8 inches each diptych
Deux Visions, Series of diptychs, since 2012, pages from the book "La France de Depardon", screenshots from Google Street View, 62,9 x 11,8 inches each
Les vagues, 2015, jigsaw puzzle, wood, 16,3 x 11,4 x 0,7 inches
Les vagues (detail), 2015, jigsaw puzzle, wood, 16,3 x 11,4 x 0,7 inches
Les Otages, 2014, Video installation, 15 inches screens, captions, variable dimensions
Claire Blandin, 2014, digital print, headphones, mp3 players, soundtrack, variable dimensions
Trucage, 2014, book (Philippe Vasset, Exemplaire de démonstration, Fayard, 2003), Ipod, Rhodoïd paper, green paint, 12.5 x 11.6 inches
Masques anti-regard, 2014, plastic, frosted film, wooden shelf, 31,4 x 7,8 x 4,3 inches
Written in flesh, 2014, series of digital prints, found images, variable dimensions
Sans titre (La Tour de Babel), 2013, jigsaw puzzle, wood, 3136 pieces, 22 x 18,1 inches
Sans titre (La Tour de Babel), detail, 2013, jigsaw puzzle, wood, 3136 pieces, 22 x 18,1 inches
L'homme qui dormait dans un livre, 2014, domain name, program, found images
A l’œil nu, 2012, graphite on paper, aluminium, 47,2 x 55,5 inches
Les matrices (une archéologie du web), 2012, wax, plexiglass bell, 12.4 x 9.13 x 1.7 inches
L'explication du monde, 2012, website www.lexplicationdumonde.net, found animated gifs, jigsaw puzzle, wood, 117 pieces, 11,2 x 6,6 inches
Venezzia_biennial_jn_3.jpg, 2011, binder, printed screenshots, posters, 15' video, dimensions variable. View of the exhibition "Falling Pictures", 2011, Gallery 22,48m².
Google-marque pages, 2011, public intervention, bookmarks, video tutorial
300 avatars par défaut, 2011, loop animation video, Ipod
Au creux de nos mains, 2011, video installation
Autoportrait de la lampe, 2010, installation, lamp, inkjet print, 8.2 x 11.6 inches
Blue Meme, 2010, loop video
Falling Pictures, 2010, website, domain name
Caroline Delieutraz works with material that is abundant in our society of information: images and other data, circulating insensitively through the flow of international electronic networks. The origins of this data, the way it appears in public space – including the internet – its exploitation, transformations and successive reuses, its death and rebirth, all form the focal point of her work. Every day, Caroline Delieutraz gathers all kinds of material available on the web and manipulates it, in an attempt to occupy this constantly fluctuating world in her own way. Even though she perpetuates what could be referred to as the erasure of the “original”, a relative concept in a copy-paste world, she never negates the origin of this data or the work that others have accomplished. On the contrary, the source of the images are an integral and significant part of her work. Caroline Delieutraz moves and reshapes the information she extracts from the system in an effort to question the authority of these images that seem so familiar to us that they have become certainties. By constantly jumping from the so-called “virtual” world to the so-called “real” world, Caroline Delieutraz’s different pieces take on the appearance of digital and analog vehicles, the mysterious hybrid elements that make up the data.