Group exhibition__Paul Loubet, Adrien Fregosi, La Cuisine Sauvage, Martí Sawe.
Technology will build us or destroy us. (Jenny Holzer).
If you can't beat the machine, your best bet is to become one. (Elon Musk)
Science fiction allows humans to project their fantasies into the future.
As their society advances and time and history unfold, this abyss comes to confront the principle of reality.
The robots have won.
They won because human dependence on technology is such that any withdrawal seems insurmountable, unthinkable ...
Yesterday their body merged with the machine, tomorrow their intelligence will be artificial.
Mechanics replace faulty, limited, and perishable biology.
Hasta la vista, baby. (Terminator 2)
Paradoxically, nature has also won.
Their fragile dependence marks its victory.
Their knowledge did not allow them to tame the mighty Gaia.
The earth will survive; isn't resilience embodied?
The earth is nothing but dust as long as man does not know how
He can paint in a thousand colors. (Pocahontas)
Finally, is the human being only the link between technology and nature, a semantic error?
Techno Morpho Genesis returns to the classic themes of science fiction while playing with it.
Between mad scientists and visionary archaeologists, philosophers without degrees and poetic graffiti artists, we invite you to the cabinet of curiosities TMG.
Adrien Fregosi, Marti Sawe and Paul Loubet deploy a multitude of artistic gestures (painting, sculpture, installation ...) bringing the visitor into a maze of possible futures. La Cuisine Sauvage will take up the proposed narrative tracks and will parasite the exhibition with their culinary experiences.
These visions of artist, nourished by popular cultures and inspired by scientific teachings are as much the starting point for the creation of works as its purpose.