Michel de Broin

by jasmin / Tuesday, 4 November 2014 / Published in artists

Michel de Broin’s work ranges from assemblage to video and photography. His multifaceted production deals with energy flows, entropic devolution, and the forms of visual, spatial and technological paradox that derive from these forces.

Most of his works are retooled everyday appliances, found objects that disclose an ironic re-utilization not only of the mechanic universe but also of tropes of Conceptual Art and Minimalism, which in his hands take on a critical dimension. Although universally recognizable, their new behaviour defies their functions and uses. Crafting unforeseen relationships between waste, productivity, risk and consumption, De Broin defamiliarizes established modes of signification in everyday technical environments.

For the Human Futures project (2012-2014) Michel de Broin has developed an art project in collaboration with the German artist Aram Bartholl.

 

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Michel de Broin.
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