Philippe Internoscia creates hypperrealistic three-dimensional facsimiles of mundane and surreal objects to subvert material world heteronormative categorizations. As an anchor for its exhibition at Galerie B-312, Internoscia presents the 3D animation Monument Mou as a result of a creation residency at the Daïmon Production Center in 2018. Inspired by neoclassical and neo-gothic architectures of Ottawa City, Internoscia sets in motion several soft and hairy objects which collide in a closed virtual space.
If some painter's actions are underlying their aesthetic and conceptual intentions, they are also determined by practical and material factors. Particular and recurring gestures, generators of styles, palettes and subsequently of the corpus of works, are often the result of a succession of habits, tics even errors. It's in this perspective that the most recent Mathieu Lévesque's research is oriented around this ambiguity between the painter's know-how and laissez-faire.