Eric Michel

September/December 2020

2020, December 11th


In his work on light, Éric Michel tries to capture, if only for a moment,
the apprehension of the world as a set of vibrations and interactions. 
At La Junqueira in Lisbon, he digs this furrow and grasps reality as a «continuous and unstable multiplication of objects, an incessant appearance-disappearance of ephemeral identities.» [1].
Rebecca François

[1] Carlo Rovelli, Sept brèves leçons de physique, Paris, éd. Odile Jacod, 2015, p.41.