Alice Pallot’s new series “Suillus” is part of the exhibition “The World Within” during the PhotoBrussels Festival 05 at Hangar Art Center, Brussels -
The exhibition is on set from 23/01/2021 until the 27/03/2021
« Suillus was created in Lommelse Sahara -
Alice Pallot is reporting on this natural space completely destroyed by the zinc industry and finally transformed into a nature reserve, a metaphor of possible reconstruction. Refusing to confine herself to the idea of a disenchanted generation, Alice Pallot delivers a message of hope...”
Text by Constance Nguyen
Alice Pallot will be part of a book signing to present her new edition “HIMERO” at Librairy Livre aux trésors, Liège, on saturday 24/10 - 17h00-19h00.
The exhibition “L’Île Himero” is on set at Satellite Gallery part of BIP2020 until the 15/11/2020
This book was published in the occasion of the Biennale de l’Image Possible de Liège 2020
«HIMERO», 48 pages. 17 x 24 cm, hardcover with cover sleeve.
Designed, bound and published by Page Works. Limited edition of 30.
You can order your copy of «HIMERO» by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or through their Instagram. It’s 30€.
For her next exhibition, Alice Pallot will present a new form of the series “L’île Himero”
It will be held in the 9th of september 2020 in Liège, Belgium, at the “Satellite Gallery” with the culturel center “Les Chiroux” until the 15th of November 2020.
This exhibition is part of the “Biennale de l’image Possible 2020”
The Oasis series will be part of “En Piste”, from the 28th of august 2020 until the 6th of september in Liège.
Oasis is realized in collaboration with Botanical Agency (Elena Seegers and Simon de Dreuille). OASIS is the name of a company specialized in the manufacture of green plastic-based foam blocks, used for floral design, that keeps the flower arrangements fresh and moist and keep them in place. It is also highly toxic and non-biodegradable. The foam decomposes rapidly into a powder that is a source of long-lasting, diffuse and aggressive pollution. The series examines the paradigm between the beauty of the « eternal » flowers and the uglyness of an ecological disaster. At a time we must reconsider our techniques and choose how we want to engage in the biosphere, Alice Pallot thought that OASIS, as a set of immersive images filled with details, would help to focus and reflect.