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Place(s) of work: Paris (fr)
Originally born in Monaco, this now French artist works solely with living things to explore the very basic physical aspects of our existence - time, space and body. He attempts to create multi-sensorial and changing spaces and sculptures to show the uncertainties of our condition: the insects that conglomerate on his pieces, like the visitors that walk on or into his works accidently create a story and ask questions. Placing his audience face to face with the fragility of conserving the living, he stacks mildewing oranges, covers museum walls with wet flower for it to crackle in an accelerated fashion, or makes huge bubbling soap heaps so as to force us to look at the natural processes that surround us, the passage of time and the disturbing beauty of our biggest fear: decay.(read less)
Inspirations & Key Themes: Decay, Food
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