Ill-Studio & General_Index and Slam Jam present the Attention Deficit Disorder Prosthetic Memory Program. A perspective on the cultural and cognitive flattening of human networked recollections through a series of encyclopedic explorations.
Videos made with Area of Work
A 320-pages macro-exploration of modernity in music,
a book by Ill-Studio and Deewee. Published by General_Index.
Photography with Maxime Verret.
Words by Joel Vacheron
For the Paris launch of "Incomplete Inventory" book, Ill-Studio created an exhibition, hosted at la Cité Gallery, running from December 2019, until the end of January 2020. A party was organised for the occasion at Le Petit Palace club, with 2manydj’s, Bolis Pupul, Future sound of Antwerp and special guest Alexis LeTan.
Scenography with Sebastien Michelini
after party flyer series
Post-Postmodernism, CNAC Gallery, Tokyo. An exhibition by Ill-Studio, featuring photographers Alex Blouin, Allyssa Heuze, Antje Peters, Carl Oliver Ander, Chris Maggio, Fabrizio Albertini, Jack Bool, Marvin Leuvrey, Matthieu Lavanchy, Osma Harvilahty, Sean David Bradley, Stig De Block and Younes Klouche.
Photography : Younes Klouche
Photography : Chris Maggio
Photography : Marvin Leuvrey
Photography : Matthieu Lavanchy
Photography : Carl Oliver Ander
Photography : Jack Bool
Photography : Alex Blouin
Photography : Antje Peters
Photography : Allyssa Heuze
Photography : Stig De Block
Photography : Sean David Bradley
Photography : Fabrizio Albertini
Parabola explores the undercurrent relationship between modern standardized productions and Avant-Garde Art forms of the 20th century through their common postmodern lexicon.
The installation emphasizes the interchangeable nature of the vocabulary used by the "Industrial Civilization" of the 20th century and modernist artists such as John Cage, Hans Hofmann, Jean Dubuffet, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Andrei Tarkovsky or Claude Debussy.
Here, the titles of the artists' iconic work become mundane logotypes, diplayed on standardized contemporary artifacts.
Production : Great Co.