Re-mix épidémik - Esthétique de la dispersion, 2006
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The book brings together exhaustive documentation on the activity of Joël Hubaut from 1970 to the present day, with comments by the artist for the illustrations and numerous testimonies that attempt to identify his dispersive and changing activities. A multigraph rather than a monograph.
Born in Amiens in 1947, Joël Hubaut lives and works in Réville in the Manche department in Normandy.
"Epidemic in everything and everywhere, Joël Hubaut is a figure and an eccentric force in the landscape of contemporary art in France: off limits, irregular, at the crossroads of fields (draughtsman, painter, videographer, singer, writer, organizer of events, teacher). It is a proliferating company that has been zigzagging in France for more than thirty years. If art is Action then Hubaut is an actor who constructs exchanges and interactions. Trans-media artist, endowed with a centripetal and centrifugal energy, he is the mobile architect of a trans-historical chaotic. A living work in permanent gestation, Hubaut has become a company of collective projects, a utopian rebel against all submissions. On the road, with Kerouac and Pélieu, Satie and Duchamp, Picabia and Beuys, Malevitch and Filliou, Pierre Dac and Rabelais, Fourier, Brisset, Artaud and Luca. Burlesque vociferator, carnival trend, Guignol and Pinocchio, earthy and lively. »
322 color pages
Size: 23.5 X 17.5 cm
Publication: May 2006
Publisher: Les presses du réel / FRAC Basse-Normandie