Part of a body of works inspired by the cosmos and geology that probes space-time and the complexity of physical and digital matter, Météores 3686 shows translucent rocks endlessly spinning in a void.
The work was made during a residency in the Tablelands in Newfoundland (Canada), one of the few places where the Earth's upper mantle is exposed. Rich in heavy metals and poor in nutrients required to sustain life, the orange barren peridotite evoke extraterrestrial landscapes. The Météores collection consists of 4 looped animations that show 3D scans of these rocks that defy gravity, solidity or opacity. They are reminiscent of robotic exploration of Mars as well as some physiological and psychological effects of augmented and virtual reality, such as dizziness, disorientation and dream-like state. Each scene is a world in itself, with its own atmosphere and where the laws of physics are reinvented.
Repeating on themselves with subtle variations, the works recall the implications and effects on perception of some technologies while they offer new perspectives on Earth’s substance and the processes that act upon it.