Bambi in Chernobyl, 2014
video installation with music by Franck Krawczyk
film, color, sound, 13’26’’ loop, sculptures (felt, wax, metal)

Chernobyl is a no man’s land since the nuclear disaster of 1986. Since then, nature seems to have regained its footing: fauna and flora have developed on the site, slowly invading the ruins of a world abandoned by men and transformed by the artist in a dreamlike world, suspended between reality and fiction that awakens childish fears. The artist drew on the film Bambi (1942) and asked composer Franck Krawczyk to create an original piece whose effect would be as familiar as it would be uncanny.

Naturaleza Reimanigada, Muntref, Centro de Arte y Naturaleza, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2018. Migraciones (en El) Arte contemporaneo, group show, Muntref – Centro de Arte Contemporáneo. Sede: Hotel de Inmigrantes, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2015. Curator : Diana C. Weschler
Busan Biennale, group show, Busan, South Korea, 2015. Curator : Olivier Kaeppelin
Terre de départ, solo show, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France, 2014.
Curator : Daria de Beauvais
The Unleashed Forces : Angelika Markul and the contemporary demonism, solo show, Sztuki Lodz, Poland, 2013. Curator : Jaroslaw Lubiak

MUNTREF, Museo de Artes Visuales, Buenos Aires, Argentine