Attraction (sur Butagaz)
Attraction (sur Butagaz)
Attraction (on a gaz bottle)
Gas bottle, magnetised clones of volcanic rocks made of tinted resin
23 x 14 x 14 inches (58 x 35 x 35 cm)
Attraction (sur exctincteur)

Attraction (on a fire extinguisher)
Fire extinguisher, magnetised clones of volcanic rocks made of tinted resin
22,8 x 13,8 x 13,8 inches (58 x 35 x 35 cm)

Each unit is a clone cast in resin of a volcanic rock that contains a magnet whose polarities allow the stones to attract or repel. Identical rocks can then be composed either autonomously in an infinite number of combinations, or associated with objects from the everyday life. The magnetic field becomes a space of creativity and a playful appropriation of the work. The series "Attraction" explores the meeting of objects of industrial aesthetics connected to the idea of ​​fire and condensation with these stones of primitive appearance that refer to the origins of the world.

View from a solo show on the booth of gallery 22,48 m² for FIAC OFFICIELLE 2015 Art Fair in Paris

Exhibition view from "Le temps d'un sillage" at the Bullukian Foundation, May 2016, Lyon, France
Le dernier terrain vague