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La Relativité de la Matière au Domaine de Kerguéhennec

IMPORTANT / To discover this installation in the best conditions, the entrance is limited. Please make a reservation. Click here

Pour découvrir cette installation dans les meilleures conditions, l'entrée est limitée. La réservation sera donc obligatoire et se fera dès la mi-juin 2018 sur ce site internet.  Click here

Levi van Veluw (born in 1985. Lives and works in the Netherlands) produces multi-disciplinary works that include photographs, videos, sculptures, installations and drawings. The installation (350m2) created and shown in 2015 in Marres House for Contemporary Culture, NL, will be presented for the first time in France in the Domaine de Kerguéhennec, on the first floor of the castle. view installation

The visitor will enter into a maze of corridors, doors, atmospheres, perspectives and colours that challenge him in a sensory manner. With The Relativity of Matter, van Veluw presents an allencompassing scenographic experience that immerses the visitor in a world of disparate forms of expression. Levi van Veluw is represented by La Galerie Particulière, Paris & Bruxelles. The installation received the support of the Marres House for contemporary Culture, Mondriaan Fund, Creative indrustries Fund NL, Fonds 21, Voor de Kunst

The Domaine de Kerguéhennec, a property owned by the Departement of Morbihan, offers the visitor an exceptional landscaped park where it is possible to wend one’s way along the different pathways while enjoying the pleasures of art and heritage. The visitors are invited to stroll through the park and discover its sculptures before visiting the 18th century castle − which is a listed building − and its outbuildings, where Pierre Tal Coat’s work and the works of contemporary artists are exhibited.

The dialogue between art, architecture and landscape is at the core of the artistic programming of the Domaine de Kerguéhennec which is an exhibition venue (temporary exhibitions) but also a site where collections are set up (Tal Coat and the park sculptures) and creation is encouraged (artists’ residencies).