Of Chess, Mirrors and Virtual Realities

Gregory Mc Grew creates worlds, mental landscapes that resemble the dreams of an educated film-lover. Through videos made of patiently altered images, and installations that mix virtual images with real chess pieces captured inside boxes, Gregory’s latest creation taunt the viewer to puzzle a meaning – unless he only wants to lead us behind the mirror, where logic is different and identities put to the test? “Once a pawn a time” was initially presented during the Nuit Blanche 2015, as part of a series of events that saw the artists and other members of the Pezcorp collective turn the Grand Palais into a carnaval of parodic representations (Lose your Head In Selfie Land). In a festive context that showed the Continue Reading →