Vertigo

Nicolas Moulin at the FIAC Art Fair

In J.G. Ballard’s 1975 novel High Rise, an ultra-modern apartment building becomes a place beyond society, its inhabitants slowly forming savage clans as they lose contact with the outside world. The work of Parisian artist Nicolas Moulin is informed by a similar mistrust of the march of progress, his images featuring a series of bleak future landscapes dominated by concrete ruins, the sad remains of a failed utopian dream. Moulin is one of the four artists nominated for this year’s Marcel Duchamp Prize, which will be awarded after a three day exhibition of all four artists at Paris’s FIAC Art Fair this month.

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