The work of Marie-Jeanne Hoffner is inspired by architecture and questions of space. In her exhibition entitled Déplis, Trames et Grilles at Galerie Dohyanglee in Paris, Marie-Jeanne Hoffner explores the visual notions of fullness, emptiness, construction and deconstruction through a myriad of mediums: photography, drawing, installations, video and models. The drawings on the first floor explore three dimensional space in various phases of deconstruction. Downstairs the viewer is confronted with balsa wood models, black and white photograms, and two videos that continue to examine the similar themes of an inbetween stage of assembly and disassembly. The show opened on May 12 and is on display until June 30, 2012.
Marie-Jeanne Hoffner: Déplis, Trames et Grilles / Galerie Dohyanglee, Paris. Opening reception, May 12, 2012. Video by Daniel Barney.
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