Exhibition at the Muséum de Grenoble
From 5 October 2013 to 5 Januray 2014
Following several visits to the Muséum de Grenoble, Laurent Mulot, graphic artist focuses on the collection of "soaked objects", animals preserved in alcohol characterized by a gradual "loss of scientific memory". Meanwhile, Laurent Mulot discovers the MIND 1024 neurocomputer, a neuronal interaction machine abled by 1024 artificial neurons and used between 1992 and 1997 for stimulating human brain functions.
The artist responds with an installation ; a synergy between three dream-like narratives : "Soaked Objects", "Mind 2014" and, sometimes reluctant, spoken words pronounced by inhabitants and researchers in Grenoble on what the memory can tell us...