Laurent Mulot proposes an original work based on his long experience entitled Middle of Nowhere. Middle of Nowhere, a matrix-like work that encompasses the artist’s entire production, is a narrative that begins with the ghost art centres that the artist has created in different parts of the world – one in each continent: Australia, China, France, Latin America, Morocco, Antarctica and soon the project is underway in the ISS (International Space Station). This new narrative of the world, which is what Mulot’s work is all about, continues with creations related to fundamental scientific research..

 

 

Three of a perfect arctic pair, (Agantha Kairos Groenland), 2013
photographie, 140 x 120 cm

2500 euros

Baikal door, 2018

photographie contrecollée sur dibond,

5 ex,  90 x 40 cm,  1200 euros

Ghost Baïkal window, 2018
tirage sur dibond, édition de 5 exemplaires, 56 x 170 cm 2300 euros

Ghost Baïkal, 2018
diptyque, tirage sur dibond, édition de 5 exemplaires, 56 x 170 cm 2300 euros

Baïkal Eye, 2018

photographie contrecollée sur dibond, 5 ex, 41 x 61 cm  1000 euros

Sweet home, Vitality 2, 2018

photographie contrecollée sur dibond, 5 ex, 41 x 61 cm  1000 €

Baïkal link, 2018

photographie contrecollée sur dibond, 5 ex, 41 x 61 cm 1000 €

Valentin sacred tree, 2018

photographie contrecollée sur dibond, 5 ex, 41 x 61 cm  1000 €

Dreamscreen , 2017

photogramme, video 2mn, edition de 5 ex

 

Installation extérieure à Percée, Gaspésie, 2016

2 vidéos sonorisées dans les cabines de plages et un ensemble de 12 photographies sur étendards

Installation extérieure à Percée, Gaspésie, 2016

2 vidéos sonorisées dans les cabines de plages et un ensemble de 12 photographies sur étendards

Installation extérieure à Percée, Gaspésie, 2016

2 vidéos sonorisées dans les cabines de plages et un ensemble de 12 photographies sur étendards

Installation extérieure à Percée, Gaspésie, 2016

2 vidéos sonorisées dans les cabines de plages et un ensemble de 12 photographies sur étendards

Lovers’ journey, 2014

video 3mn

Cessy France, 7h22’42”23”’, 2010

diptyque, tirage diasec à froid, 50 x 60 cm

1200 euros

LHCB, Aristote, 2010

diptyque, tirage diasec à froid 50 x 60 cm

1200 euros

LHCB, 2010

diptyque, tirage diasec à froid 50 x 60 cm

1200 euros

Alice goat’s eyes, 2010

diptyque, tirage diasec à froid 50 x 60 cm

1200 euros

Alice spring field, 2010

diptyque, tirage diasec à froid 50 x 60 cm

1200 euros

Ferney Voltaire, 2010, Diptyque
Tirage jet d’encre, papier photo brillant sur dibond
édition de 5 exemplaires, 200 x 160cm
5000€

Atlas plant at night, 2010

diptyque, tirage diasec à froid 50 x 60 cm

1200 euros

Meyrin, Suisse, 2011

diptyque, tirage diasec à froid 50 x 60 cm

1200 euros

Saint Genis, 10h 25mn 2010

diptyque, tirage diasec à froid 50 x 60 cm

1200 euros

 

 

 

Now melting here, 2011

coproduction EC Louis Vuitton

installation 400 x 300 x 300, photographie, miroir, son eau,

RG CAC

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Laurent Mulot lives and works where he is. He uses photography, sound, video, multimedia in an installation practice. The result is embodied in “Middle of Nowhere”, a nebulous work “in progress” that has been proliferating since 2001, established on six continents and has been exhibited many times in France, Australia, China, Brazil, Morocco … Qualified by the philosopher Christian Ruby as an expeditionary artist, a researcher of the “infra-thin” by the art critic Paul Ardenne, Laurent Mulot is at the heart of a strange and poetic network between real and virtual. Since the Lyon Biennial of Contemporary Art and its Veduta platform in 2007, he has collaborated with some of the world’s most important fundamental research experiments and scientists specializing in high-energy particles, such as Augenblick, Thinkrotron and Aganta Kairos.

 

 

Aganta Kairos is a long-lasting work inspired by the experiments to detect phantom particles called Neutrinos. Giant instruments are plunged into the abyss to track these cosmic messengers that cross the planet by billions every second. Only a few specimens leave a trace in the detectors.entering Madagascar at the edge of the Indian Ocean, it takes only a fraction of a second to reach the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea or the bottom of Lake Baikal.Aganta Kairos weaves links between 6 points of our earth with the witnesses of the invisible who look at the sea, the sky and the stars at the edge of the 6 oceans, including Baikal. Whether they are sailors, astrophysicists, shamans, or holders of ancestral traditions, they all question “The Roots of the Sky” so dear to the Galerie Francoise Besson.

 

* To understand metaphysical time, the depth of the moment.

 

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Laurent Mulot

Aganta Kairos et les 6 océans

14 sept >02 nov 2018

Aganta Kairos is a long-lasting work inspired by the experiments to detect phantom particles called Neutrinos. Giant instruments are plunged into the abyss to track these cosmic messengers that cross the planet by billions every second. Only a few specimens leave a trace in the detectors.entering Madagascar at the edge of the Indian Ocean, it takes only a fraction of a second to reach the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea or the bottom of Lake Baikal.Aganta Kairos weaves links between 6 points of our earth with the witnesses of the invisible who look at the sea, the sky and the stars at the edge of the 6 oceans, including Baikal.

 

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Laurent Mulot

Aganta Kairos et les 6 océans

14 sept >02 nov 2018

Aganta Kairos is a long-lasting work inspired by the experiments to detect phantom particles called Neutrinos. Giant instruments are plunged into the abyss to track these cosmic messengers that cross the planet by billions every second. Only a few specimens leave a trace in the detectors.entering Madagascar at the edge of the Indian Ocean, it takes only a fraction of a second to reach the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea or the bottom of Lake Baikal.Aganta Kairos weaves links between 6 points of our earth with the witnesses of the invisible who look at the sea, the sky and the stars at the edge of the 6 oceans, including Baikal.

 

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Laurent Mulot

Aganta Kairos et les 6 océans

14 sept >02 nov 2018

Aganta Kairos is a long-lasting work inspired by the experiments to detect phantom particles called Neutrinos. Giant instruments are plunged into the abyss to track these cosmic messengers that cross the planet by billions every second. Only a few specimens leave a trace in the detectors.entering Madagascar at the edge of the Indian Ocean, it takes only a fraction of a second to reach the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea or the bottom of Lake Baikal.Aganta Kairos weaves links between 6 points of our earth with the witnesses of the invisible who look at the sea, the sky and the stars at the edge of the 6 oceans, including Baikal.

 

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Upstairs

Laurent Mulot

Aganta Kairos et les 6 océans

14 sept >02 nov 2018

Aganta Kairos is a long-lasting work inspired by the experiments to detect phantom particles called Neutrinos. Giant instruments are plunged into the abyss to track these cosmic messengers that cross the planet by billions every second. Only a few specimens leave a trace in the detectors.entering Madagascar at the edge of the Indian Ocean, it takes only a fraction of a second to reach the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea or the bottom of Lake Baikal.Aganta Kairos weaves links between 6 points of our earth with the witnesses of the invisible who look at the sea, the sky and the stars at the edge of the 6 oceans, including Baikal.

 

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Upstairs

Laurent Mulot

Aganta Kairos et les 6 océans

14 sept >02 nov 2018

Aganta Kairos is a long-lasting work inspired by the experiments to detect phantom particles called Neutrinos. Giant instruments are plunged into the abyss to track these cosmic messengers that cross the planet by billions every second. Only a few specimens leave a trace in the detectors.entering Madagascar at the edge of the Indian Ocean, it takes only a fraction of a second to reach the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea or the bottom of Lake Baikal.Aganta Kairos weaves links between 6 points of our earth with the witnesses of the invisible who look at the sea, the sky and the stars at the edge of the 6 oceans, including Baikal.

 

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Upstairs

Laurent Mulot

Aganta Kairos et les 6 océans

14 sept >02 nov 2018

Aganta Kairos is a long-lasting work inspired by the experiments to detect phantom particles called Neutrinos. Giant instruments are plunged into the abyss to track these cosmic messengers that cross the planet by billions every second. Only a few specimens leave a trace in the detectors.entering Madagascar at the edge of the Indian Ocean, it takes only a fraction of a second to reach the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea or the bottom of Lake Baikal.Aganta Kairos weaves links between 6 points of our earth with the witnesses of the invisible who look at the sea, the sky and the stars at the edge of the 6 oceans, including Baikal.

 

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Upstairs

Laurent Mulot

Aganta Kairos et les 6 océans

14 sept >02 nov 2018

Aganta Kairos is a long-lasting work inspired by the experiments to detect phantom particles called Neutrinos. Giant instruments are plunged into the abyss to track these cosmic messengers that cross the planet by billions every second. Only a few specimens leave a trace in the detectors.entering Madagascar at the edge of the Indian Ocean, it takes only a fraction of a second to reach the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea or the bottom of Lake Baikal.Aganta Kairos weaves links between 6 points of our earth with the witnesses of the invisible who look at the sea, the sky and the stars at the edge of the 6 oceans, including Baikal.

 

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Upstairs

Laurent Mulot

Aganta Kairos et les 6 océans

14 sept >02 nov 2018

Aganta Kairos is a long-lasting work inspired by the experiments to detect phantom particles called Neutrinos. Giant instruments are plunged into the abyss to track these cosmic messengers that cross the planet by billions every second. Only a few specimens leave a trace in the detectors.entering Madagascar at the edge of the Indian Ocean, it takes only a fraction of a second to reach the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea or the bottom of Lake Baikal.Aganta Kairos weaves links between 6 points of our earth with the witnesses of the invisible who look at the sea, the sky and the stars at the edge of the 6 oceans, including Baikal.

 

clic sur image

Upstairs

Laurent Mulot

Aganta Kairos et les 6 océans

14 sept >02 nov 2018

Aganta Kairos is a long-lasting work inspired by the experiments to detect phantom particles called Neutrinos. Giant instruments are plunged into the abyss to track these cosmic messengers that cross the planet by billions every second. Only a few specimens leave a trace in the detectors.entering Madagascar at the edge of the Indian Ocean, it takes only a fraction of a second to reach the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea or the bottom of Lake Baikal.Aganta Kairos weaves links between 6 points of our earth with the witnesses of the invisible who look at the sea, the sky and the stars at the edge of the 6 oceans, including Baikal.

 

clic sur image

Upstairs

Laurent Mulot

Aganta Kairos et les 6 océans

14 sept >02 nov 2018

Aganta Kairos is a long-lasting work inspired by the experiments to detect phantom particles called Neutrinos. Giant instruments are plunged into the abyss to track these cosmic messengers that cross the planet by billions every second. Only a few specimens leave a trace in the detectors.entering Madagascar at the edge of the Indian Ocean, it takes only a fraction of a second to reach the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea or the bottom of Lake Baikal.Aganta Kairos weaves links between 6 points of our earth with the witnesses of the invisible who look at the sea, the sky and the stars at the edge of the 6 oceans, including Baikal.

 

clic sur image

Upstairs

Laurent Mulot

Aganta Kairos et les 6 océans

14 sept >02 nov 2018

Aganta Kairos is a long-lasting work inspired by the experiments to detect phantom particles called Neutrinos. Giant instruments are plunged into the abyss to track these cosmic messengers that cross the planet by billions every second. Only a few specimens leave a trace in the detectors.entering Madagascar at the edge of the Indian Ocean, it takes only a fraction of a second to reach the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea or the bottom of Lake Baikal.Aganta Kairos weaves links between 6 points of our earth with the witnesses of the invisible who look at the sea, the sky and the stars at the edge of the 6 oceans, including Baikal.

 

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