03 May, 2021
The interdisciplinary art practice of François Quévillon investigates how technology affects or redefines human cognition, culture, the environment, and our relationships to space, to time, and to one another. His work addresses planetary changes as well as those affecting contemporary media.
Often what the viewer sees in Quévillon's compositions seems uncanny or alien -- yet somehow still recognizable as being part of "our world". These machine-rendered 'ways of seeing' reflect our environment and experiences back to us while reminding us that our familiar, human-centred construct of time and space is but one way of processing reality.