FacebookPinterestTwitterGoogle+Dailymotion
Zoom
  • © On aura tout vu
    Défilé - © On aura tout vu
  • © On aura tout vu
    Défilé - © On aura tout vu
  • © On aura tout vu
    Défilé - © On aura tout vu

    "On aura tout vu : Sensations" in Calais

    From June 11, 2014 to December 31, 2014

    The new exhibition “On aura tout vu: Sensations” offers visitors a fascinating insight into a unique, poetical creative world, one which explores and experiments using an array of artisanal techniques and new technologies.

    It is neither a chronological retrospective nor a showcase for the big themes running through the work of On Aura Tout Vu, still less an artistic installation. It is designed as an opportunity to develop new dialogues and interactions with the public, taking visitors into a virtually unchartered yet fundamental territory in the world of fashion discourse.

    Above all, the aim is to examine the pleasure that fashion items arouse in us. Organized in close collaboration with Livia Stoianova and Yassen Samouilov, the founders of On Aura Tout Vu, the project seeks to bring a fresh approach to fashion creation, understood here as the "manufacture of sensations".

    After the “A feast for the eyes!” exhibition with its emphasis on the visual, this new show embraces all senses in a poetic evocation of a rich array of emotions and sensations. It is the fruit of the
    unbridled imagination of this pair of iconoclasts.

    The exhibition is organized into seven autonomous sequences, each one turning the spotlight on the main families of sensations present in the creations of On Aura Tout Vu. The sequences are illustrated with various collections produced between 2003 and 2014. They are like mini-theatres, experimental venues forming an interactive visit full of surprises.

    Installed in the Palais Royal since 1998, the couture house is a multiform creative adventure that deliberately eschews labels, in both senses of the word: On Aura Tout Vu resists the downward drag
    of conformism, freely exploring a variety of artistic expressions.

    Fashion according to On Aura Tout Vu is never a re-creation of bygone modes, as the momentum inherent to their work is not driven by nostalgia. A dash of surrealism, an undertow of humour, a hint
    of derision, a taste for wordplay and wit, and an unconditional love of the artisanal, the handmade: these are the ingredients that spice the message sent out by each of their collections.

    au Palais Royal, dirigée aujourd’hui par Livia Stoianova
    et Yassen Samouilov, on aura tout vu poursuit une
    aventure créative multiforme, explorant avec la plus
    grande liberté diverses expressions plastiques.
    Broderie, peinture, sculpture, soudure, couture
    participent ainsi indifféremment à la création de
    textures inédites, faites de mélanges, juxtapositions,
    superpositions, hybridations. La méthode appliquée
    aussi bien aux bijoux et accessoires qu’aux vêtements,
    objets technologiques, sculptures textiles, boîtes,
    flacons ou mobilier, s’apparente à une recherche
    jubilatoire, un défi permanent aux dogmes du bon goût.
    La mode selon on aura tout vu n’est jamais re-création
    de modes passées, aucune nostalgie ne motive son
    élan, les collections se construisant plutôt à partir
    de métaphores, d’évocations poétiques du monde,
    d’observations critiques et néanmoins amusées de
    la société contemporaine. Une touche surréaliste,
    un solide sens de l’humour, une pointe de dérision,
    un goût certain pour les jeux de mots et d’esprit, un
    amour inconditionnel du travail artisanal, du fait main,
    sont les ingrédients qui pimentent le récit diffusé par
    chacune de leurs collections.
    on aura tout vu casse les codes instaurés par la Haute-
    Couture au fil des années pour en donner sa propre
    interprétation.
    Détournant la mode et le glamour, les designers
    Yassen Samouilov et Livia Stoianova se font remarquer
 
 
    tagged as : French Cities, Culture & Heritage, 62-Pas-de-Calais, Nord Pas de Calais, Exhibitions