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Installations and performances

GENEV ' ArtSpace Gallery - 2014
Installation of 48 barrels in the gallery-warehouse of the Geneva free ports.
Galerie aki, Geneva - 2012
The 95 barrels form an installation. These “barrel canvases” are  made on a 1/1 scale, their dimensions and silhouette are identical to a real barrel. Only the concept differs, the realism aims to confound the viewer between the real object and the painted canvas.
The barrels represent all kinds of potential contaminations, from radioactive to chemical, including conventional fuel.
"Desperately seeking weedkiller"
Villa du Jardin Alpin, Geneva - 2011
Galerie Cimaise, Geneva - 2009
Implenia, Le Lignon Geneva - 2009
As part of the "$ 2000 per barrel" exhibition. Presentation of canvases and pollution art in a 1000m2 abandoned warehouse.
Galerie Lab-L, Geneva - 2006
On the theme of "Men have been here, danger of death". Canvas, silkscreen and installation art, hazard symbols in this context demonstrate a familiarity of warning signs such as anti-personnel mines, radioactive, toxic, infectious substances. The message is transmitted: but is it too familiar? is it still appropriate and understood?
Galerie de Rue, Fribourg CH - 2005
Exhibition with Jacques BASLER, sculptor. For this exhibition, the gallery entrance has been moved to install the creation of "The Spiral" through which the public will enter. Presentation in the gallery, of canvases in urban hyperrealism as well as panel canvases.
"The studio in the arena"
Villa du Jardin Alpin, Geneva - 2004

Installation - performance. As part of the anniversary of the Villa du Jardin Alpin, 20 years, 20 days, 20 events. To mark this event, a video of each artist performance was produced, as well as an exhibit.

Centre d'Art en l'Ile, Geneva - 2004
The Centre d'Art en l'Ile was transformed into an art installation representing the polluted coast after the "Prestige" oil spill with hordes of disaster tourists. Zealous visitors were provided plastic gloves to collect the oil pellets and other debris buried in the sand. Once packaged, this waste became works of art. (fny)


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