Video installation shown at Galerie de l’UQAM, Winter 2013.
Exhibiting a photograph is the premise of the Mirari installation project, in which the artist explores the fragility and limitations of photographic framing. Léna Mill-Reuillard seeks to give substance to photography in order to question our sensory relationship with it. Her interest lies in image depth, undefined horizons, overlapping spatial planes, and that which is beyond the image frame. With Mirari, she makes use of a temporality that is situated at the subtle and unexpected boundaries between photography and video.