noun [ U ] Absence or lack of coherence, organization; trouble and/or confusion

DISORDER (DÉSORDRE) is a group exhibition initiated by two artists Julianne Rose and Gerard Manz, who, proposing a system of installations, by invited artists ( Pucci de Rossi, Dana Elka Ramon and Kay D’Orsay) and philosopher (Jerome Audran) The participants are invited to intervenir in a process, to be conceived as an eclairage on the hidden face of our civilizations and the immersed factors of our social and cultural organizations. translated from the catalogue DÉSORDRE by Sebastien Zongero.

“Order is the pleasure of reason, but disorder is the delight of the imagination” Paul Claudel

Flyer for the exhibition DESORDRE ©JulianneRose

Installation Armed Response #03


a transitional space between order and disorder, that is hypothesized to exist within a variety of systems. This transition is a region of bounded instability that engenders a constant dynamic interplay between order and disorder.

REGARD #01 - 2009

“In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order”  Carl Jung

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