Ideal Space for a performance (#1 to #6)
Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, UK

Each of the six sculptures is a composite installation for the wall linked to a short script. Striving for a circular equivalence between objects and words, the sculptures are assembled live as if they are paragraphs of the very same performed script.

  

Installation view

  

Installation view

  

Installation view

  

The story of the flying fly - Spoken Sculpture #1 (in 2 ACTS and 1 FINALE)
Hand-dyed fabric, wood frame, plastic, bronze, aluminium, spoken words.
2018

       

Privilege is a condition that resists 3 generations - Spoken Sculpture #2 (in a single ACT); Hand-printed fabric, oil paint, wood, bronze, spoken words, 2018

       

The violent origin of imitation - Spoken Sculpture #6 (in 5 ACTS)
Bronze, iron, feathers, spoken words.
2018

       

Quoting - Spoken Sculpture #5 (a monologue)
Bronze, plaster, fabric, spoken words.
2018

       

The narrator - Spoken Sculpture #3 (3 simultaneous events producing 2 possible stories); Brass, canvas, wood, acrylic paint, spoken words.
2018

            

The bee and the tiger - Spoken Sculpture #4 (in 3 ACTS repeated twice 6 years apart); Fabric of variable dimensions, spoken words.
2018