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Collective works developed with Mehdi Melhaoui and personal works in dialogue.

Installations, sculptures, photos, photomontages, paintings, 2023.

Burnt wood and remains of the great Landiras fires, white marble, travertine marble, steel, fabrics, plants, hay,  Blob, sheep and queen skins, wool, taxidermy, lambda print photos, Fine Art , thermoformed plexiglass, dibond.

St. Loup Chapel.

Between balance and imbalance, the exhibition invites us to stroll through a rough and wild maze  which finds its source outside the Chapel to extend linearly towards the choir of the building. Organic structures echoing the architecture and pointed vaults guide the visitor into a fluctuating space, less contained within the strict limits of the building. Everyone experiences real unstable and destructive "chaos" on this path, engendered by man. Fragments of the damaged world, taken from the site, are given to be seen as so many observations of our violence and question us about our role towards Nature.

  This journey is strewn with pitfalls and visions of desolate landscapes forcing  to become aware of the disaster. In this tumult, a mise en abyme allows appeasement. By reconnecting with the essential, everyone can  truly feel the Earth in perpetual metamorphosis, and as part of him/herself, each or each species carrying within him/her a part of the Earth that he passes on to the next.

Chapels within the chapel designed as enveloping capsules, soft cocoons, offer themselves to the visitor as places of contemplation or ritual. These spaces make you think, reflect, and allow you to reconnect, or to commune in unison  with Nature, yourself and all the living to find an original and common memory. . 

A necessary rewilding that allows us to feel and consider the Earth as the ultimate space of the sacred, our past, our present and our future.

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