1988 , FRA

Objects and installations of Camille Yvert are the perfect illustration of our present: they are concealing their origins in human activity, and they look more like programmed surpluses of a futuristic design studio. The slogans we find on them ironically comment on the process of automation and alienation . The perfection, looking for its own function, thus examines the new possibilities of the contemporary sculpture, which in the era of 3D simulation begins to understand finality and perfection in a completely new way. / pv