During this exhibition entitled “Interfaces”, Guadeloupean artist and teacher who lives in Martinique will try to answer the question: what kind of device could allow the relationship between humans and non-humans?
This Monday, November 7 from 6:00 pm was held the opening of the exhibition entitled “Interfaces” by Henri Tauliaut at the Arsenec gallery, Tropiques Atrium Scène nationale in Fort-de-France, Martinique.
This artistic work will be presented to the public from November 8 to December 3, 2022.
The artist who defines himself as “an artist of bio-art and digital arts” has been developing for about fifteen years “an approach around the living and the artificial. His various projects are indeed part of an ongoing dialogue between arts and sciences, where organic, vegetal and human, meet technology, thanks to ingenious interactive, tactile, sound and light systems. As an example, the principle of hydroponic culture developed by the artist, allows plants to develop thanks to audience interaction”, explains Nathalie Hainaut, the curator of the exhibition.
“Interfaces” is therefore a continuation of “Empowerment”, an exhibition presented at the Contemporary Art Fund of Guadeloupe in 2018, and “ADN Caraïbe” proposed last July at the Arawak Hotel in Le Gosier, Guadeloupe.
“Interfaces” is composed of a series of installations and interactive works and the artist will try to answer the question: what kind of device could allow the relationship between humans and non-humans?
Henri Tauliaut was born in Guadeloupe 56 years ago, he has a university degree in plastic arts and he teaches at the Campus Caribéen des Arts in Martinique. His works have been seen in several individual and collective exhibitions in Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guiana, Jamaica, Cuba, France, England, Germany, China, Senegal, USA…