May 9th - November 1st, 2015 / 6th Swiss Triennial Festival of Sculpture in Bad Ragaz and Vaduz, Switzerland
December 17th - March 22nd, 2015 / Museum of the Swiss Abroad, Château de Penthes, à Prégny/Chambesy
November 25th - February 22nd, 2015 / Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
November 13th - January 15th, 2015 / Heist. Photography Collective
October 25th - December 24th, 2014 / ArtCult & Gera Museum, Vrsac, Serbia
August 26th - January 24th, 2015 / Vitraria Glass +A Museum, Venice, Italy
Alain de Lille was a mystic and a commentator on the Apocalypse. Here is our version of Apocalypse.
We present an apocalyptic parade, which does not constitute the end of the old world. It's the beginning of a new one. The Angels-Demons are infants.
They are all new born and, like embryos, all have tails – long or short, sometimes just pushing through their nappies. All have wings, also of varying sizes. The clear difference between angels and demons, which is common to all cultures, does not exist here. Evil may look like good and vice versa.
The resemble twins – every angel has an identical brother. Or sister. We can't tell which gender as they're at the age when human infants have a strong outward resemblance to each other and are impossible to tell apart. They have the faces of peoples who never settled in Europe but towards whom Europe strived.
Welcome to the new age.