Kidows Kim (KR)/Hubert Crabières (FR)/Josiane Martinho (CH)
After studying graphic design, mime and then dance at the CNDC in Angers, Kidows followed the master exerce at ICI-CCN of Montpellier.
His work wanders between the figurative and the abstract where monstrosity is omnipresent. Through an unfinished transformation of the body, he brings out a disturbing absurdity to reveal strange ambiguous creatures.
Hubert Crabieres lives and works in Argenteuil, Ile de France. He is a graduate of ENSAPC, the National School of Arts of Paris-Cergy.
His work, organised around a unique series entitled La pesanteur et la grâce (Gravity&Grace), brings together images of personal initiatives and commissioned works.
Josiane Martinho is a fashion designer. She lives and works in Geneva. Educated at the Geneva University of Art and Design (HEAD), she obtained her bachelor's degree in 2018 and won the Bongénie Prize in the same year.
Her aim is to develop her personal and experimental approach of clothing by making, by collaborative projects and editorial styling.
Kidows Kim (KR)/Hubert Crabières (FR)/Josiane Martinho (CH): Cutting mushrooms
Influenced by the film "Tetsuo: The Iron Man", directed by Tsukamoto Shinya in 1989, Kidows is interested in the question of a thwarted bodily transformation.
Here, he explores an ambiguity that is entangled with body, voice, objects and costumes.
He invited Hubert Crabières and Josiane Martinho to share their thoughts and materials. They intertwine their interests around the irruption of reality in fiction through the production of hybrid objects and clothing.