Dialogue poétique entre la Nature et l’Humain, ces Fleurs d’Océan sont délicatement déposées à marée haute... elles veulent interpeller l’Homme sur ces formations de continents-plastiques qui se multiplient face à sa maladresse, sur toute cette pollution...
Constituées de paraboles pour communiquer -véritables capteurs d’énergie- et de flotteurs pour ne jamais sombrer, elles laissent place à la renaissance éternelle d’idées et créent de légères ondes de choc sur le rivage, en douceur...
La Nature est belle, elle nous a créé, préservons la à tous prix!!
Une installation éphémère by @jeanbaptisteliotard
"Conversations with Ana"
Ana Mendieta would've been 69 today. She is easily my greatest inspiration and influence in my practice. She brought to light the heavy issue of violence against women as well as her identity as an Immigrant (from Cuba to America), her relationship to her ancestors and the earth, spirituality, the primordial and the sacred. Her premature death has often clouded the impact of her work. But in a time when women were fighting hard for recognition in the art world Mendieta was slowly gaining attention and traction.
Her body of work is incredibly unique both in content and execution. She used her body as her material and the earth around her- she was a performer, sculptor, painter and video artist.
I wasn't even born when she died but her legacy awakened in me a connection with the same primordial soup Mendieta swam in and made her work out of. This work was made for her.