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In Moki Cherry’s artistic practice, there are no sharp boundaries between design, art, drama and music. In 1962, Moki Cherry moved to Stockholm to study at the Beckmans College of Design. A few years later, she met the American jazz musician Don Cherry, and they embarked on a close collaboration. Separately and together, they created happenings, music, art, posters and album covers. Their motto was “the stage as a home, and the home as a stage”1. 1 Extrait du communiqué de presse de l’exposition «Moment» de Moki Cherry (cur. Fredrik Liew) Moderna Museet, Stockholm, 7.04 2016 – 9.04.2017. Extract from the press releasede of Moki Cherry’s exhibition «Moment» (cur. Fredrik Liew) Moderna Museet, Stockholm, 7.04 2016 – 9.04.2017.

In collaboration with Les Archives Jean Painlevé, we are pleased to present «Phase transition in liquid crystals» a film by Jean Painlevé (1978). One of his latest film and probably the most abstract. Jean Painlevé (1902-1989) was led to film the living world by «the profound beauty of nature in its colours and shapes»; but also, he admitted, by the fact that he drew very badly. As a student in the laboratory of comparative anatomy at the Sorbonne, he became fascinated both by microphotography and by scientific cinema as a modern, efficient means of recording movement. This initially scientific approach led him to discover «things nobody else had seen». Scientific cinema was the instrument that enabled him to share his discoveries by rendering the invisible visible: opposed to traditional teaching, he saw cinema as a decisive vector for generating awareness, and ensured viewer interest by his attentiveness to aesthetics and rhythm, and the anecdotes and shafts of wit that accompanied his message. It was this injection of subjectivity into the scientific that gave a poetic dimension to his work. Since his time at the Sorbonne he had been close to the Surrealists, although more so to Yvan Goll, who posited […]

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