Because our bodies and our eyes move through space and the world, Pascal Raguideau’s exhibition offers the visitor a walk in a garden. This garden delimits a blurred and floating space haunted by objects. Once through the door, the visitor moves in a world of temptation that always ends up slipping away from them.
Pascal Raguideau’s enigmatic and poetic objects disrupt perception and throw reality into doubt. Oscillating between two and three dimensions, they are also images. It is not a work concerned with being disturbing, but about a curiosity for the world and the sensations it procures. A fugitive world that, because it has truly been seen, cannot be something that can be captured.
Born in 1958.
Lives and works in Nantes.