Sarah Caillard create a sculptural universe that brings together different characters with varied aesthetics. These multiple attempts at figurative representation are not divisible from one another, but complement each other to evoke the complexity and plurality of being, like the different states and stages of matter, the living body and its psychic range. I use different materials and techniques, making it possible to give a different texture, weight and density to each figure. The sculpture becomes, like the body, the surface layer of being. "I am inspired by objects, symbols or gestures that have populated the collective imagination of time, those that we find in mythology, esotericism, literature, cinema, plastic art, fashion, cartoon, reality TV, social networks, tales, legends, news items etc ... defining in this a symbolic invariance. It is about approaching the image with a triple gaze: real, symbolic and fantasmagorical thus allowing several levels of readings of the same “object”. These differences in perceptions and positions inscribes us in a fictious relationship in which we become the infinite subject of interpretations and projections. These differences or rather superimpositions (of look, of interpretations ...) construct a narrative. It is these different states of being in the world that I like to try to build." These sculptures are exhibited in cinematographic staging atmosphere. Each exhibition is thought of as a film (with an echoing poster) bringing the viewer into a frozen time, as if he had access to a memory or to a bygone world, becoming a witness or voyeur of an intimate place, an atmosphere where these sculptures live.
2019 Wayfarer The Cabin, Los Angeles USA, february 2019 with Douglas Eynon
2018 Boo who 76,4, 24 rue de Bosnie, Bruxelles Permanently visible from the street. Hosted by Michel François, Ekaterina Kaplunova, Juan Pablo Plazas and Richard Venlet.
2017 La nuit Américaine Wonder-liebert, Paris France, december 2017 an invitation of Mahalia Kohnke-Jehl 2017 The apple of my eyes 51 rue de la carpe, Molenbeek Belgium, september 2017
2016 Napoli Corrida Gand, Belgium april 2016
2015 Novembre Island, Bruxelles november 2015
2020 Des choses vraies qui font semblant d’être des faux semblants Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles, Paris october 2020, curation by Michel François Horst art and music, Zaventem, Belgium, juillet 2020
2019 Puurs Biennale Puurs Belgium, january and february 2019
2018 Present, museum and garden Van Buuren Brussels Belgium, 24 june to september 2018, curated by Michel Van Dyck Salle des pas perdus Le Doc, Paris, France, march 2018 curated by Michel Francois and Richard Venlet
2017 Résurgences espace 251 nord, Liège Belgium, november 2017, february 2018 Curated by Laurent Jacob Les nonantes-et-une nuits exposition des résidents du RAVI, Liège Belgium march 2017 LEŽERNA RAZMJENA BEZ PANIKE Chalarma, Sarajevo Bosnia march 2017
2016 Balls and Glory Galerie Rodolphe Janssen, Bruxelles January 2016
2015 It’s not an opening just a peek Fondation Moonens,Bruxelles June 2015 Houston Island,Bruxelles February 2015
2014 Vive l’été 2, Rue de la régence, Bruxelles, June 2014 Curated by Damien Delepeleire Alias Trademart Bruxelles, June 2014 Exposition national pop up store Bruxelles, May 2014 Curated by Angel Vergara
2013 A posteriori Atelier 340, Bruxelles Juin 2013 No milk today Kunsthalle HB55, Berlin, Allemagne May 2013 Pas bientôt Rockrill, Charleroi, Belgium January 2013
2011 Shifting ground Zebra, Gand, Belgium, January 2011 Curated by Geoffroy De Volder, Kendel Geers and Patrick Codenys