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Enigmatic Illustrations By Pia-Mélissa Laroche

Once a blank piece of paper – a symbol of endless possibilities, now an absurd world of abstraction, finished with fictitious artifacts and characterized by confusing clues. Surreal worlds erupt from the page in which Paris-based Pia-Mélissa Laroche illustrates, as she questions the power of suggestion that her ‘Hyper-Demeures’ hold.

Through a distinctive lack of narrative, Pia-Mélissa’s axonometric illustrations beg the question of what lies through the seemingly infinite tunnels and beneath the lurking stairways. She explains, “Like the crypts of Christian Churches or Nabatean’s tombs, those architectural structures are directly carved in the ground. They impose themselves by subtraction to become indestructible and more than ever-steady. With an extreme durability, the ‘Hyper Demeures’ (Hyper-Residences) defies time and space. In an open-pit, arranged with furniture that are eternally anchored on the ground, they lend the viewers bizarre clues to the function of those enigmatic spaces.”

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