Caroline Corbasson is a visual artist born in 1989.
She has been developing for several years a work questioning the relationship between the infinitely small and the infinitely large, drawing her inspiration from science. Her drawings, sculptures and films meticulously scrutinize the mysteries of the Universe. Her collaborations with several observatories and laboratories have given rise to works that take a poetic look at research.
Andrea Montano is a photographer born in 1990.
Her work is nourished by painting, light and the suspended moments of Vermeer's canvases, Caravaggio's chiaroscuro, and more broadly the representation of the body through the centuries. He is interested in humans and the desire that animates them. His practice, exclusively in silver and medium format, often results in prints that he makes himself in the laboratory.
For PhotoSaintGermain, they join forces to deliver a work that unites two sciences that are a priori far apart: astrophysics and botany. These two fields of research inspired them to create a photographic series entitled "Tracks" (rails, paths, traces).
The charcoal prints, presented in diptychs, reveal a distant filiation between the vegetable and mineral kingdoms.
Passed under a black light, the petals of a flower are adorned with phosphorescent spots resulting from the phenomenon of pollination, but which under the lens of Caroline Corbasson and Andrea Montano become the seminal traces of the stars on their terrestrial offspring.
Founded in 2012 by John Ferrère, l’inlassable is a contemporary art gallery presenting established and emerging international artists. Their open program is sustained by Monteverita, their second space on the Right Bank.