Hadrien Dussoix

Exhibitions

Portrait

In his search for a new aesthetic, Hadrien Dussoix blurs concepts and transcends boundaries, combining punk with the sacred, combining spontaneous inspiration with past classicism, staging contrasts and parallels.

In his aluminium castings of construction foam and polystyrene, Dussoix explores the urge to break down given boundaries and titles them as “The End of the World”, as phrase-like as it is meaningful. The dull grey tone of the raw aluminium harmonises the raw materials and forms and at the same time reveals their easily destructible properties. Organic and geometric forms seem to proliferate unchecked, to outgrow themselves in disorder, to dissolve or explode. Neither accusing nor moralizing, they create the image of a world that presents itself as elements in dissolution without fixed boundaries and fathoms a wide scope of interpretation.

Hadrien Dussoix (*1975) lives and works in Geneva. He studied at the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts and Haute Ecole Supérieure des Arts Appliqués in Geneva. Between 2006 and 2008, he won the prestigious “Swiss Art Awards” three

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Biography

Born 1975 in Geneva, Switzerland
Lives and works in Geneva, Switzerland

Education

2003
graduated at Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Geneva, Switzerland
2000-03
Ecole Supérieure des Beaux- Arts: Visual communication, Geneva, Switzerland
1999
graduated at Haute Ecole Supérieure des Arts Appliqués, Geneva, Switzerland
1996-99
Haute Ecole Supérieure des Arts Appliqués: Visual communication, Geneva, Switzerland

Selected Solo Shows

2019
"Hadrien, ton art me fait toujours autant rêver»", Halle Nord, Geneva, Switzerland
2018
"J’adore sa ma fait pleurer", Andreas Binder Gallery, Munich, Germany
2017
"Cats & Squares, BODY&SOUL", Geneva, Switzerland
"Dots and squares", Palais Gallery, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
2015-16
"Hadrien Dussoix / Takashi Hinoda", In Situ Galerie, Morges, Switzerland
2015
"Hadrien Dussoix", galerie lange + pult, Auvernier, Switzerland
"Was macht die Kunst?" (with M. Kippenberger), Andreas Binder, Munich, Germany
"All We Ever Wanted Was Everything", BAILLY Gallery, Geneva, Switzerland