Julie Sorrel’s Les Baigneurs comprises images taken to scale of subjects in bathing costumes, lying face down and lined up. The photographs, taken from above, are presented on tarpaulin sheets laid on the ground and simultaneously represent and reject reality. Indeed, the area in which they are displayed makes them appear incongruous in a humorous way. They are fragments of daily poetry and are hyper realistic representations of human familiarity; the exhibition, through its irony, is also a critique of a certain perception of mass culture.
Le Lierre, a photographic vine made out of post-its, is set up in the staircase of the Ex-EPA.