IN VIVO (bleeding porcelaine)

INVIVO, exhibition Formes Vivantes, National Museum Adrien Dubouché, Limoges, Frances 2019

The porcelain plaque has the thickness of 3mm, thickness of the human skin (around the hand). .  In vivo is a spread skin , a porcelain skin that reacts as well as to the presence that to the absence. A red light is triggered each time when someone comes next to the work.  It gives the desire to touch, which one should perhaps be wary.

Expo Laureats Boryana Petkova
IN VIVO (porcelaine bleeding) credit photo: Sebastien Bozon