By Camille Bardin

At pact gallery, Amy Brener’s sculptures invite us to a temporal displacement.

For this futuristic trip, the Canadian artist took with her the mere objects of everyday life. Forks, bars and fuses are carefully protected from time that goes by in resin cases. As it is impossible to alter their history, their memory will remain forever untouchable.

Amy Brener x Pact, Invisblers, 800 Signes
Amy Brener x Pact, Invisblers, 800 Signes

Armed with these amulets, she penetrates subsequent times with a very particular sensuality. Silicone espouses female forms, let us guess their chests and mystifies the female body.

For this exhibition, the gallery makes a ‘pact’ with Michaël Jasmin, Ph.D in Archaeology, Sorbonne, Paris. The archaeologist describes accurately this struggle with time and sublimates these sarcophagi which look like temporal capsules, Invisiblers.


Amy Brener’s Invisiblers show goes on at Pact Gallery in Paris until March 11th 2017.

Words: Camille Bardin
Visuals courtesy of Pact Gallery