Camille Tan
painted wood, concrete, stones, sand, wooden matches
115cm x 18x24cm
Socle en bois peint, ciment, roches et gravier, sable, allumettes en bois - 115x18x24cm - 2014 Après mon projet.. » View more
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Socle en bois peint, ciment, roches et gravier, sable, allumettes en bois - 115x18x24cm - 2014

Après mon projet Built ruins, (voir Entropie met en exergue un potentiel architectural d’édification, dans un environnement soumis aux mobilités du sol et de ses strates.

La maquette est pour moi une manière de concevoir comment l’architecture (une ossature en bois pliée, déformée) peut s’adapter à la nature après une catastrophe naturelle, tel qu’un glissement ou l’éboulement d’un terrain ou tout simplement comme l’a envisagé auparavant l’architecte Claude Parent, sur un sol oblique, représenté par le socle.
Ce projet rappelle le modèle actuel d’un fort développement urbain dans de grandes métropoles, caractéristique d’une volonté effrénée de construction malgré la mutation constante entre un habitat et son environnement.
In my work, the matter is constrained, just like the body, both in action and in the making, it is tested. Therefore, it is common to build tensions, ambiguities, to play with forces and sometimes to bring the matter to cause its own breaking. The trace, the manufacturing processes, the accidents ; every coincidence is important. Trivial objects, brand-new daily materials or materials extracted from their initial contexts reveal the reality of a changing world, crumbles and rebuilds itself but also of a world which abandons, throws away and continuously buys other objects. My approach reconsiders the relationship between sculpture, space, time and action, by questioning the experience and the future of these objects. These experiences reveal an attempt to command the entropy. I often try to thwart time by modifying the stage of life of the objects, by altering their states. Slowing down the erosion process by freezing the ephemeral or speeding up the process by aggravating deterioration. The idea is to enhance their actual structures and their properties through proposed sculptures and installations which challenge their possibilities and their plasticities

EESAB was founded on December 27, 2010. It brings together the higher art schools in Brest, Lorient, Quimper and Rennes. These four schools had previously been part of a single association for over twenty years. This association was formed to promote and develop the higher arts schools in Brittany and played a unifying role in promoting their activities and forming partnerships with other cultural establishments.

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