Unprecedented of the Audi Talents Awards program ‘s 2007-2012 laureates exhibition. Gaël Charbau & Amélie du Passage as co-curators.
With Constance Guisset, Marie-Aurore Stiker Mitral en collaboration avec Maxime Leroy (Plumassier), Sébastien Cordoleani, Franck Fontana, Benjamin Graindorge, Felipe Ribon as laureates for design category.
Emilie Pitoiset , Wilfried Almendra, Pierre-Olivier Arnaud, Eric Baudelaire, Neïl Beloufa et Cyprien Gaillard for Contemporary Art category.
FIELD comes from a study about semi-finished products of the aluminum industry (extrusion, pressing, rolling, forming, bump relief) assembled to create a lamp combining LED illuminating technology and a reflective corrugated anodized field. The high fidelity and longevity of LEDsthemselves from maintain constraint, as change of light sources. As uninhibited its archetype, the bright object could offer beyond its lighting function, a more dreamlike use, contemplative as a “light matter”, a reflecting wall that is part of a distribution of a soft and indirect light source, and less aggressive. The graphical nature, prompts you to compose patchworks of light in the habitat.
Field is to be considered as an area of light, an illuminated zone unbridled of any link to the lamp’s archetype, first because of its delicacy, then its anodized panel brings the technical and innovation codes in the habitat but also by its presence and its abstraction in the room.
Inspired from “the minute of silence”, a chrome marble, placed by the prayer, follows a helical path around the black jar. The marble takes 60 seconds to travel around the object of commemoration. The marble finishes its race by clicking on a glass surface.
60 seconds to be absorbed by the shining marble movement, and gradually enter into a deep hypnotic memorial thought. Helping to focus our mind on the commemoration act.
“Ring” is an installation which takes into consideration the urban space networking : the rhythm, flow, organization and spatial hierarchy. The installation embodies a visual effect that is to connect all of these interactions through the implementation of an optical effect: the repetition of an cubic mirror to break the perception of the place.
This dynamic installation changes the relationships between individuals and the space they are going through.
"Ring" invits the visitor to play with the installation and space on two levels:
The very first approach would be more related to experience a change in the urban areas: as a temporal kinetics. The facets of each cube reflect the place and reconstruct a paradigm that breaks the reading of the course. Ring works at this stage as a visual intrusion, an acceleration that changes the perception of the visited place. This is a spacial rediscovery.
In a second step, the installation proposes to get inside, to see his own image multiplied to infinity, which collides with urban detail, it is now a place outside time and outside spatiality ,in total rupture with the outside principle . The vision is more intimate.
Exposed during the Paris design week, this outdoor mesh chair is a tribute to graphic pattern. The structure streaks are superimposed, creating interlaced and crossed patterns. A chair for visual effects.