AGATHE SIMON
Traces of the Invisible

2016
Installation of Negative Film Photographs

First Exhibitions in 2018

© Agathe Simon

This installation of negative film photographs is one of the works of the Arctica exhibition and presents Agathe Simon’s investigation into the Invisible, following the traces of an Inuit legend quoted by Gabriela Conti in her posthumous novel, Vivre.

The photographic films were immersed at the same location where the photographs were shot; their degradation by the Arctic Ocean reveals a balance between the visible and the invisible.

Agathe Simon is a Paris-based artist, born in 1977. After a decade of art projects throughout the world, she starts a partenrship with the art company The Group in Paris in 2017. She is also conducting artistic creation workshops at the Sorbonne University.

Agathe Simon is currently preparing projects in partnership with ‘Les Voûtes’ (a Parisian alternative art venue), the “C.N.R.S.” (the largest governmental research organisation in France), the Paris Cergy National Graduate School of Arts, the University of Cergy-Pontoise, and the Museum of Non-conformist Art (Saint Petersburg, Russia). These projects will include performances, films, and exhibitions.