A SERIES OF GUERILLA INSTALLATIONS

"POETIC INTERVENTIONS"

 
 

Installation-performances

All around the world 

Duration: 6-8 hours

 
 

Manifesto

 
 

In French, we have a saying “Metro, Boulot, Dodo” - it literally means, subway, work, sleep. It means, the routine, the everyday life that repeats on and on with a certain dullness. Could we find poetry in the mundane? Could we break the repetitive with an unexpected spark of dream? That’s what I meant to do with “Poetic Interventions”. My 8 hour long pieces, set up directly in the street, in the heart of the “Metro Boulot Dodo”, in cities like Paris, LA, London or Berlin, are meant to enchant the urban environnement while disrupting the routine. They are here to remind us that poetry can be found anywhere, wether we stumble upon it… or choose to look for it.

All the installations have been performed “guerilla style” - means, without a permit. Set design and in collaboration with Romain Boutin

 

above, “LE FIRMAMENT”, PARIS, FEB 2017, 8 HOURS

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

“Woman”

 

At: The Women’s March

in Los Angeles - 6 hours

January 21, 2017

 
 

“Venice”

 
 

Venice Beach, California, USA

3 hours

January 2017

 

“Le Firmament”

 
 

Le Pont des Arts, Paris, France

2 days

March 2017

 

“Métro”

 

Métro, Paris, France

6 hours

February 2017

“Hologrammes”

an homage to Jean Baudrillard

 
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Jean Baudrillard “Street One” - homage event

4 hours

June 21, 2017

 

“Summer Nights”

 

St Paul’s Cathedral, London, UK

6 hours

October 2016