Gwendoline Robin

After training in plastic art, Gwendoline Robin has been building a work for more than 20 years which, between installation and performance, puts her body in play and in danger. Fire and explosives, but also glass and earth, and currently water, are all elements she confronts in ephemeral actions that seem to densify time and space.

Since 2005, she has been presenting her performances at international performance and dance festivals in Europe, Canada, Chile, Australia and Asia.

Cratère 6899

A landscape of waiting materials, evoking earthly deserts and heavenly spaces. During the activation Gwendoline Robin tries to hear the vibrations and energies of the materials, their oscillations towards the fall, their resistances with the physical properties of the place.

Nothing is fixed, everything is subject to manipulation, change of state, transformation linked to time and gestures. Playing with the infinitely small and the immensely large, the infinitely dense and the immensely distant.

An image and sound landscape that metamorphoses to the rhythm of actions and becomes a new territory to think about.