Lucile Boiron explores and exhausts fragments of flesh, moments when the nature of man appears for what it is above all, corruptible. Far from drawing up an inventory of revulsion, she questions the biological truth of bodies, a photographic response to the question of good and bad taste. To us, who no longer see it, the body reminds us of its true condition, à territory carrying shared but unique states, vector of the traces of history that only the experienced skin understands. (...)
Visual feast, cannibal vision, the joy of tearing and shredding. The women photographed by Lucile Boiron devour the world from the seat of the sensitive. The close-up leads to the very heart of the origin. The scene has been played out since time immemorial, with inexplicable pleasure, with the hands, using the mandibles and all the muscles. All of them replay with delight the moments of rediscovery of the savage. (...)
The seductive ambivalence of the ugly and the repulsive arouses a pleasure in replaying the animality and morbid enjoyment of contemplation. Swarming maggots, raw meat, rotting fruit, these haunting images obsess as much as they revolt.
Founded in 2011, Galerie Madé is devoted to contemporary photography and have exhibited the works of Marguerite Bornhauser, Camille Vivier, Alain Duplantier, Alan Eglinton, Mark Steinmetz, Andrea Modica…
With the support of modds agency