From the video installation "Grumpy Bear", 2018.
Loris Gréaud (born 1979), is featured for the first time in Israel in a solo exhibition constructed as a cyclical narrative whose main motif is rain. Rain as a futuristic technology and as a poetic, fictional or apocalyptic appearance, with a NASA cloudgenerator, the animated Grumpy Bear and
fragments from J.G. Ballard’s science fiction novels, all accumulate to an atmosphere that is simultaneously futuristic, dramatic and dystopic.