Laurent Grasso works with documentary, historical, or mythological sources to question our visual and temporal perception, and more precisely, the limits of reality, science and our beliefs. Since the end of the 1990s, he has maintained a unique practice that is limited only by current fields of knowledge and technological advances. Using a variety of mediums, including video, photographic projection, installation, painting and neon signs, his eclectic artistic project embraces a deep interest in naturally occurring phenomena and in he occult, among other subjects.

Souvenirs du futur, 2010, Neon tube letters mounted on aluminum supports, transformers.
© Laurent Grasso / SOCAN (2022) • Photo: Paul Litherland