Le Secret Sacré
by Guillaume Levy-Lambert
10 January – 15 March 2020
Levy-Lambert’s practice operates at the intersection of personal development and art, focusing on the exploration of how different bodies, technologies, social environments and histories converge. His work deals with the precepts, gaps and energies that lie at the core of how a sense of self, as well as a collective social order are formed. His practice engages with both familiar, shared conditions as well as elusive and undisclosed content to produce forms that excite the imagination, raise fundamental questions, channel simmering undercurrents, seduce and alienate, engage with expectations, mystify as well as help re-articulate our experiences with the shifting artistic order.
Le Secret Sacré brings together a collaboration of multi-sensory works based on a present yet sometimes invisible thread: the haunting computer-generated imagery augmented by medical imaging technologies, videography, music and scent all embrace unexpected contexts and focus on the essential role of the artist in igniting public imagination and animating society’s largest challenges.