Works that are not to be looked at, but to be experienced. From quantum mechanics to astrophysics, physics is at the heart of my process and my artistic production. I use this scientific point of view to make a societal and environmental assessment. I engage in a conversation with the visitor about how theoretical or experimental physics influences, unbeknownst to him, his daily life: from photonics to the smartphone, from the photon to the optical fiber, from spectroscopy to air pollution, from quantum entanglement to the quantum computer. An invitation through the prism of physics, to take stock and reflect on our society: consumerism, pollution, innovation, globalization.
My reflexive process for the conception of large-scale installations is declined in 3D compositions and wall sculptures in mixed media. It is also captured in photographs. Mirrors, thermoplastic, metal, kraft, are conceived and arranged around a research of transparency, light and optics. Thermoplastic requires meticulous work to mesh an infinity of lines. This process invites us to reflect on the invisible that governs humanity.
Caroline Gueye is a Senegalese visual artist. She was born and raise in Senegal, then pursued her higher education in France, USA and China. She graduated in Atmospheric Physics, Radio Protection and Nuclear Safety at Claude Bernard University, Astrophysics at Tulane University and in Chinese at Shanxi University 山西大学. Caroline has been immersed in an artistic environment since childhood. She is based in Senegal and often travels to France. Selected in the international exhibition of the official selection of Dakar biennial 2022, she has won the ECOWAS Prize for the integration of The Best Visual Arts Creator in West Africa.