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Sculpture - Ceramic, set-up of 100 pieces,(…) Sculpture - Ceramic, set-up of 100 pieces,(…) Sculpture - Ceramic, set-up of 100 pieces,(…)
Sculpture - Ceramic, set-up of 100 pieces,(…) Sculpture - Ceramic, set-up of 100 pieces,(…) Sculpture - Ceramic, set-up of 100 pieces,(…)
Sculpture -  Ceramic, set-up of 100 pieces(…) Sculpture -  Ceramic, set-up of 100 pieces(…) Sculpture -  Ceramic, set-up of 100 pieces(…)
A story whose subject is Man is modelled into each of the artefacts, expressing an attitude of life: Man alone, or facing his alter ego.

This Man is regarded as a character fit for life, evolution, and expression.

His body is a vessel housing the phantasm of a possible continuity, if such is his intent and if his attitude towards the other is in keeping. It is asexual as far as its formal representation is concerned in order to express Man's universal character.

He faces himself, his reality, his nature and history, but also the other. Dialogue and interaction set in between them. Duality, collusion, love or violence.

This Man is inscribed in a half-sphere, a ground, his earth where he is rooted and settled. He emerges from this volume which is a receptacle for my two hands. This mobile volume which remains in balance in search of its stability can also switch over to a playful and lively spirit.

Made of baked clay, some artefacts take mechanic realism to the utmost in their search of a sincere, skin-deep expression.

Each piece is a page of a logbook, a sketch that fixes a feeling, an experience, an attitude. As a whole they offer a study of human relations.

A given piece is self-contained, the story it tells is self-standing, but it has its origin in a whole, it derives from a motion, an ever-evolving spiral.

"I provoke to love and revolution... to insurrection, better than to revolution. I think this is self-evident in someone's life when he lives with the others. And we always live with the others. So we have got to provoke in order to live, love, and be loved!"

Léo Ferré.