léo fourdrinier
Hieroglyphic lover, nature friend
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In a renovated woodshed three works coexist:

"Infinite Us" erects a stone held by the pawns of both teams in a chess game. The work crystallizes all the individual energies related to the accomplishment of a monumental construction. The assembly is a simple interaction with a balance of forces, a common "Sisyphean narrative".

In direct dialogue, "shrine" deploys the lyrics of the song "Stones" by Sonic Youth ( 2004, written by Jim Orourke, Kim Gordon, Lee Ranaldo, Steve Shelley and Thurston Moore for the "Sonic Nurse » album ), overprinted with an image from my series « Les cathédrales ont la forme d’une prière » ( cathedrals take the form of a prayer ). This series is composed of photographs of various places of cult from my travels. Here is specifically represented the XIVth Station of the Way of the Cross in Rocamadour (Lot, France): an evangelical episode where Jesus is laid in the tomb.

In the second space is seen on an iPad "Don't Cry Baby, It's a Movie", a 7min video in which a Humanoid Reptilian presents a tutorial of concealment make-up while revealing exclusively the role played by Reptilians in the political and symbolic acts of iconoclasm of the cultural heritage of ancient Egypt.

Infinite Us
2019
wooden chess game, stone, concrete
140 x 26 x 26

shrine
2020
lazer print on paper
21 x 29,7

Don't Cry Baby, It's a Movie
2019
ipad
vidéo : 8’
production GENERATOR / 40mcube - esaab - Self Signal