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autres objets inanimées pérennes

2001-Alavolée-1-JLB.jpg
À la volée

2001

À la volée

CAC Istres (FR)

Variable dimensions

canaries cages, bamboo, aluminium

2001  - À la volée - 1
2001 - À la volée - 1

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2001  - À la volée - 1
2001 - À la volée - 1

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2003-Comingout-3-JLB.jpg
Coming out

2003

Coming out

Atelier

Coloured pencil leads or graphite replace the bars in a cage unit used for breeding canaries.

Coloured pencil leads, graphite, wood

2003 - Coming out - 1/3
2003 - Coming out - 1/3

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2003 - Coming out - 2/3
2003 - Coming out - 2/3

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2004 - Les complementaires - 3/3
2004 - Les complementaires - 3/3

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2003 - Coming out - 1/3
2003 - Coming out - 1/3

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2006-Sanstitre-2-JLB.jpg
Sans titre

Sans titre

2005 - La Maréchalerie, centre d’art contemporain – Versailles (FR)

2006 - Espace d’art contemporain A. Malraux-Colmar (FR)

 

The curve of the fishing floats captures the pattern of a tsunami wave being formed.

Nylon fishing, fishing floats, metal

2005 - Sans titre - 2/2
2005 - Sans titre - 2/2

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2005 - Sans titre - 1/2
2005 - Sans titre - 1/2

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2006 - Sans titre - 4/4
2006 - Sans titre - 4/4

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2005 - Sans titre - 2/2
2005 - Sans titre - 2/2

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2010-Aufildeleau-5-JLB.jpg
Au fil de l'eau

2010

Au fil de l'eau

Musée Despiau-Wlérick- Mont de Marsan (FR)

Fishing floats hang above this wash tank with impluvium.
According to the point of view, the cloud of colour either blurs a view of the passageways or forms orderly sinusoidal curves evocative of a moving surface.

Nylon fishing, fishing floats, metal

2010 - Au fil de leau - 1/5
2010 - Au fil de leau - 1/5

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2010 - Au fil de leau - 2/5
2010 - Au fil de leau - 2/5

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2010 - Au fil de leau - 5/5
2010 - Au fil de leau - 5/5

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2010 - Au fil de leau - 1/5
2010 - Au fil de leau - 1/5

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2011-Occupation-4-JLB.jpg
Occupation

2011

Occupation

chapelle royale de Vincennes- Monument-animaux-RMN

The Château de Vincennes has been used by the military since the 19th century.
Squadrons of lapwings, whose colouring has been reorganised as military camouflage, occupy the nave of the royal chapel. The multitude is perfectly aligned with the floor paving, thus lending a sense of order to their disturbingly static occupation of space.
These objects were made and painted in China. They evoke the fragile equilibrium of the military worldwide as well as the invasion of 'made in China' products on the world market.

plastic callers, paint

2011 - Occupation - 1/5
2011 - Occupation - 1/5

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2011 - Occupation - 2/5
2011 - Occupation - 2/5

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2011 - Occupation - 5/5
2011 - Occupation - 5/5

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2011 - Occupation - 1/5
2011 - Occupation - 1/5

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2014-lechardonneret-2-JLB.jpg
Le Chardonneret

2014

Le chardonneret

(d’après Fabritius Carel)

Atelier

A composition made from various elements suggests the cruelty inflicted on captive birds  in the 17th century, as can be seen in paintings by Carel Fabritius and Abraham Mignon.

Wood, metal

(3  elements)

2014-lechardonneret-1-JLB
2014-lechardonneret-1-JLB

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2014-lechardonneret-2-JLB
2014-lechardonneret-2-JLB

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2014-lechardonneret-1-JLB
2014-lechardonneret-1-JLB

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2019-Effetdecerf-3-JLB.jpg
Effet de cerf

2019

Effet de cerf 

Abbaye de Jumièges (FR)

The stag-greenhouse* is a composite animal with six feet and antlers.The worldwide contemporary issue of the greenhouse effect is here very freely interpreted.* In French the words for stag (cerf) and  greenhouse (serre) are homonyms. The phrase "greenhouse effect" (l'effet de serre) can therefore be heard in French as l'effet de cerf (the stag effect).

aluminium structure, steel, stag's taxidermisezed paws, stag's antlers

2019  - Effet de cerf - 1/5
2019 - Effet de cerf - 1/5

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2019  - Effet de cerf - 2/5
2019 - Effet de cerf - 2/5

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2019 - Effet de cerf - 5/5

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2019  - Effet de cerf - 1/5
2019 - Effet de cerf - 1/5

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À la volée

2001 - CAC Istres (FR)

Variable dimensions

canaries cages, bamboo, aluminium

Coming out

2003 - Atelier

Coloured pencil leads or graphite replace the bars in a cage unit used for breeding canaries.

Coloured pencil leads, graphite, wood

Sans titre

2005 - La Maréchalerie, centre d’art contemporain – Versailles (FR)

2006 - Espace d’art contemporain A. Malraux-Colmar (FR)

The curve of the fishing floats captures the pattern of a tsunami wave being formed.

Nylon fishing, fishing floats, metal

Au fil de l'eau

2010 - Musée Despiau-Wlérick- Mont de Marsan (FR)

Fishing floats hang above this wash tank with impluvium.
According to the point of view, the cloud of colour either blurs a view of the passageways or forms orderly sinusoidal curves evocative of a moving surface.

Nylon fishing, fishing floats, metal

Occupation

2011 - chapelle royale de Vincennes- Monument-animaux-RMN (FR)

The Château de Vincennes has been used by the military since the 19th century.
Squadrons of lapwings, whose colouring has been reorganised as military camouflage, occupy the nave of the royal chapel. The multitude is perfectly aligned with the floor paving, thus lending a sense of order to their disturbingly static occupation of space.
These objects were made and painted in China. They evoke the fragile equilibrium of the military worldwide as well as the invasion of 'made in China' products on the world market.

plastic callers, paint

Le chardonneret  (d’après Fabritius Carel)

2014 - Atelier

A composition made from various elements suggests the cruelty inflicted on captive birds  in the 17th century, as can be seen in paintings by Carel Fabritius and Abraham Mignon.

Wood, metal

(3  elements)

Effet de cerf 

2019 - Abbaye de Jumièges, ancien potager (FR)
The stag-greenhouse* is a composite animal with six feet and antlers.
The worldwide contemporary issue of the greenhouse effect is here very freely interpreted.

* In French the words for stag (cerf) and  greenhouse (serre) are homonyms. The phrase "greenhouse effect" (l'effet de serre) can therefore be heard in French as l'effet de cerf (the stag effect).

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