Huyghe’s practice spans many media, including live situations, films, objects and drawings. His exhibitions are living organisms, in which interdependent, biotic and abiotic, real and symbolic agents–animals, humans, machines–are co-evolving. Those, indistinguishable, are self-organising in a dynamic and unstable mesh, navigating between necessity and contingency.
Text courtesy Esther Schipper.
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