After welcoming the reactions from: Sublime. Les tremblements du monde and Jardin infini. De Giverny à l’Amazonie, Jean-Luc Vilmouth’s oeuvre enters into resonance with the Japanese season exhibition which closes our creative trilogy: a journey in three acts into the depths of humanness. Here, we are on the threshold of what the artist defines as “experimental fringes, situations that allow emotions to flow, connecting us with our environment” which intensify and enhance our perception of reality.
Jean-Luc Vilmouth’s life work examines the various channels of communication mankind has established with its environment a permanent dialogue over time even if occasionally muted by momentary interruptions. His oeuvre “re-establishes our sense of belonging to the world”, according to Bruno Latour, and returns humans to their ecosystem however devastated and threatened it may be, as shown in his film Lunch Time and his environment Jungle Science.