The exhibtion is titled after a project by Liam Gillick for the Tattoo Collection (Air de Paris & Urbi et Orbi, 1991/93). He was proposing to tattoo that date anywhere on the body, without any specific reason. Somehow, the leasure we have when gathering artworks proceeds from the same idea...

front: Philippe Parreno No More Reality (Twin Peaks) , 1991 This large painted panel is a frozen picture that reproduces a few seconds from the credit titles of the cult Tv series by David Lynch; it was then (summer 91) the unavoidable meeting of Friday evenings...

center: Carsten Hller The plant that is fed up to stay in the same place and wishes to know more about the world around, 1994 For the exhibtion Summergarden , Hller created a garden that was gathering a series of pieces including blooming plants, treated in an anthropomorphic way.

back: Liam Gillick A search for the centre ground kept in check by violence, disorder and conspiracy , 1998 A large bronzed mirror in which the three main characters of his book Big Conference Centre (ed. 1998)