‘Isola 3OOO’ is the inaugural exhibition of ISO, organized by its founder and curator, Florence Parot. The work of ten artists living and working in the giant warehouse for the past six months comes together in an event that goes beyond the format of a group show. By closely intertwining their practices, they create a hallucinatory space that activates all the senses. A vertiginous, full-sized diorama oscillates between the digital and material realms, disorienting visitors by immersing them in macro scenery formed by micro narratives.
‘Isola 3OOO’ features works by Kévin Bray (France, 1989), Lou Buche (France, 1991), Virginie Gauthier (France, 1991), Messgewand (Alexis Bondoux + Romain Coppin) (France, 1991 + 1991), Maarten Nico (The Netherlands, 1990), Joséphine Péguillan (France, 1989), Meeus van Dis (The Netherlands, 1978), and sulsolsal (Hannes Bernard + Guido Giglio) (South Africa, 1985 + Brazil, 1981).