Marion Sagon

Variations, floating stones and Perfect Lake
2018
Digital print, jesmonite, wood

Marion Sagon’s approach consists in a questioning around the notion of landscape and architecture. How does man, by appropriating nature, “geo-master” his environment? Through her work, she reveals our world – combination built, nature – as an assembly of interchangeable forms and that a homogeneous modern architecture, standardises gradually. Beyond her interest in the landscape, Marion Sagon questions the digital era through installations with digital aspects, that samples from 3D software and Google image enrich, by doing so she attempts to create bridges between these two worlds, the real space and that of the digital.┬áHer sculptures, exact copies of 3D models representing simplified natural elements, seem brought back from virtual worlds and compose, like generic souvenirs or digital artefacts, a sort of archive, an archeology of the future.

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Variations, floating stones and Perfect Lake
2018
Digital print, jesmonite, wood