La Belle Inutile
Linking Art, Science and Technologywww.surrealists.org
La Belle Inutile is a small but essentially international group that was formed in the early 2000s thanks to the deployment of the Internet and the World Wide Web. The particularity of the group is the attention it pays to recent and notable developments in science and technology since the last years of the 20th century, to experimentation and use of digital tools in the artistic field and to the taking into account of recent scientific data in the general and theoretical aspects of surrealism.
La Belle Inutile developed links and friendships with all surrealists who work on a similar playing field and develop similar activities.
ARS stands here for the entire set of human activities in a similar understanding and meaning as in the Middle Ages, later on during the Renaissance and actually as late as the end of the 18th century. In other words, until Capitalism had finished breaking down the whole scope of human activities to suit its own needs in order to regorganized them according to its own perpective.
Art has no other source than hallucination. English and French
Scientists only work to make their daydreams irrefutable. English and French
The pure waste of engineering teams internal games used by capitalists to wage their daily class struggle. English and French
La Belle Inutile is pleased to offer you a little exhibition of J. Karl Bogartte's most recent images.