The Carnet de Bord was developed in collaboration with the women of the Association Savoir Patient – Breast Cancer Network.
“Cause the war transforms life into a nursery where it is always the other that has begun, where always one boasts of the crimes he blames the other for having committed, and where the Brawl takes the aspect of war games. In times of war, we learn to disdain the war games of children. This is a preparation far too early for the childishness of adults.”
Karl Krauss, “The last days of humanity”, 1919, ed. Agnone.
Interventions / performances for the Union of Self-Directed Cultural Spaces (UECA) and the Gathering of Artists and Cultural Actors, RAAC, 2007 – 2012
The Factory, Red Pepper, Grutlı Theater, Am Stram Gram Theater and the Street.
Invited to exhibit in Poland, I decided to use this opportunity to meet a Polish plumber to solve the plumbing problems of my apartment at a lower cost and discuss with him the myth that surrounds his activity. to produce a transportable piece, and the irritation of the plumber believing in a hoax intended to make fun of the Polish workers, we came to discuss Poland and its relations with the European Union.
As modern antiperspirants have become expensive products with high carcinogenic and polluting potential, it is logical and responsible, as a creator, to find solutions to develop healthy, reusable and non-waste products.
Sculpture of myself in bachelor’s outfit, presented for the “bachelor” diploma. Addressing the issue of the megalomania of the artist and the value of a standardized diploma (Bologna Convention) that makes artistic training an activity subject to productivity and profitability.
(self-portrait in bachelor’s degree), 2005.
Diploma work, High School of Art and Design.
(350 x 100 x 100 cm).
Plaster, plastic, fabric, cement.
In this work, realized during my studies at the HEAD, it was question of trying to obtain my annual credits without any work to present …
Exhibition “In May do what you please” Palais de l’athénée. 2005.
False press article.(21×29.7cm).
This work refers to a so-called censored video that was to be part of the exhibition. The work uses the newspaper as a medium, in order to create a gossip around the piece. The title of the article does not apply to the video but to the article itself.
Mass Produced art works made by authentic artists.
This project, destined to remain in the planning stages references stores which sell decorative paintings. It questions the place of the painter in a consumer society where art is synonymous with decoration, and where reflecting on art history is often considered masturbatory. The project also serves as a slight jab to remind fine arts students that artwork is also a product intended to be sold.
“As long as we do not spread very widely through the men of this planet how their brain works, how they use it and until we say that until now it has always been to dominate the other, there is little chance that there is anything that changes.”
Henri Laborit in “mon oncle d’Amérique”, Alain Resnais, 1980.