February 2-23: Exhibition « Myth and Time » | Opening on February 1
Myth and Time
An exhibition of photographs by Andrew Vox, resident at the Fondation des Etats-Unis
Time and myths are human constructs built and constructed by man to make sense of the world. Our own personal time, timelines, schedules, are also a constructed reality that we have created to manage our lives. Myths are used as a teaching and learning tool to make sense of the world around us. With Myth and Time, I use the Cyanotype photographic printing process. It is a development that uses ultraviolet light to produce images. The Sun, being the major provider of such light, has been the tool to expose the negative image in this photographic process as well as a being a main source of all worldly myths.
About the artist
Andrew Vox was born in Baltimore, Maryland in the United States. Vox works predominantly in the medium of photography but is well versed in a multitude of computer programs and other electronic mediums. Vox completed a Bachelors in Fine Arts in English from the University of Maryland. He has additional degrees in Photography, Simulation Design and Gaming from Cecil College, as well as certificates in Graphic Design from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Vox has been a part of multiple group shows in both France and the United States. In 2015 Vox was part of a group artist lab held in the Saatchi Gallery in London, England. Currently, Vox is matriculating for his degree in Transdisciplinary New Media at the Paris College of Art in Paris, France and plans to graduate this year.
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The vernissage will take place on Wednesday, February 1 from 7-8.30pm as part of Art-Hop-Polis, art hopping at the Cité internationale. Three other residences – Sweden, Portugal and Tunisia – also invite you to discover their exhibitions. The detailed program will soon be available on CitéScope.
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