Juliette Bonneviot, PET sheet and HDPE containers.
The image is a photography of a melted PET sheet filtering two melted HDPE containers and illuminated with fluorescent tubes similar to those of the light box it would be exhibited in. PET and HDPE are thermoplastics (recyclable plastic #1 and #2). The image is about materials that are not designed to be noticed. It's not about pop imagery nor slogans. It's rather focusing on the banal material that would briefly host this pop imagery.
Juliette Bonneviot (b. 1983, Paris, France) graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2008, she lives and works in Berlin. Recent exhibitions include 'Entre Temps... , Brusquement, Et ensuite' 12th Biennale de Lyon (2013); 'False Optimism', Crawford Art Gallery, Cork (2013); 'Analogital', Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City (2013),'Shanghai Gesture 2' (solo), Wilkinson Gallery, London (2012); 'entrance entrance', Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin (2012).