reSET THEORY is inspired by a mathematical concept known as set theory, developed by the German mathematician Georg Cantor in the late 19th century. In this artwork, the artists explore the fundamental notions of element and belonging.
Within an oval, transparent inflatable sculpture, two colored spherical volumes move and interact with each other, uniting, squeezing, intersecting, and separating. Each sphere undergoes a continuous cycle of inflation and deflation, "performing" in its own rhythm while influencing the other within the air-based composition.
This ever-changing constellation turns the space into a breathing organism that seeks arbitrary harmony while simultaneously disrupting the general equilibrium within the geometric system.
Always in movement, this dynamic artwork raises questions about the potential for interactions and connections with the elements that surround us.

POP AIR exhibition
April 14th - August 21st 2022
Balloon Museum, Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris, France

Plastique Fantastique, Marco Canevacci and Yena Young

Plastique Fantastique assistent
Friedrich Wördehoff

Marco Barotti


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