During my stay, I’ve been developing 2 projects of sculpture in public
space and published an artist book with Art&Fiction (Geneva) :
“The Cube” in Plan-les-Ouates (Geneva) will be inaugurated in
Inspired by private hedges commonly found in residential areas, the
sculpture is made of Cuprocyparis leylandii (a kind of Thuja) and
located in a square at the border of the city.
The Cube will evolve slowly and will be cut twice a year, as well as
the others hedges around, to recover again and again its original
Dimensions: H=2 x 4 x 4m
Plants, curbstones, lighting system
Meanwhile, I’ve been working on a new installation “Quality In
Everything We did” for the exhibition “Durchblicken und Abprallen”
that will take place in K3 in September (8-23.9.12).
Realised in collaboration with Martin Fischer (Metallwerkstatt Gleis
70), I’ve designed a metal lettering for the K3’s facade.
The text, inspired by Ernst&Young’s motto (Quality In Everything We
Do) is conjugate in Past.
This critical work has been made to support the Off-space K3 located
in Züri-West, right in front of the Prime Tower and the new
Dimensions: 50 x 700 cm
Metal, black painting
5 posters will accompany the project.
Each of them conjugates in Past the motto of one the 5 biggest audit
firms (Deloitte, KPMG, PWC, E&Y, Arthur Andersen).
Artist’s book :
“C’est bon de ne pas regarder à la dépense”, Art&Fiction, Coll.Sonar 2012
200 x 136 mm, 32 pages, B/W