Le beau masque is a collective aesthetics exercise through improvisation, in which my primary source was 1 garment of each participant of GLC aka Groupe Liaison Concrete, for me to transform into masks.
Deux verres d’eau is a project that concentrates on movement, language and form. A performed collective is imagined as GLC, aka Groupe Liaison Concrete. This group studies how different types of connexions can reflect opinions coming from a plurality of voices sharing the same space in the core of a practice of solidarity. How can one organise differences without excluding or homogenizing? Using a formal language fuelled by functionality, futurition and provisional states, GLC imagines a spatialized situation composed of materials and elements coming from different aesthetical fields. The artworks, structures and processes are deployed and adapted to multiple uses becoming what we could call “open infrastructures”. Like a modular and versatile tool box that could be displaced and reconfigured within the exhibition space, the installation becomes the starting point of multiple situations. GLC, in collaboration with artists and guests, uses the exhibition format both as a space and as a time to question the engagement within a community and to explore how global and local contemporary relations can be “encapsulated”.
GLC are Aram Abbas, Laura Fernández Antolín, Cyriaque Blanchet, Quentin Blomet & Louise Mervelet, Luca Bonnano, Comtesse de Brestot, Thelma Cappello & Rafael Moreno, Julien Carpentier, Louise Carsoux, Paul Deberre, Jules Dumoulin, Nastassia Kotava, Lucille Léger, Elvire Ménétrier, Sarah Netter, Stanislas Paruzel, Giancarlo Pirelli, Léa Roch, Charles Sanchez, Julie Sas, Janna Zhiri.
++ Roberto Pezet pour le lieu, Gabriel Fab pour la vue, Chassé-croisé des Vacances pour le feu.
“Deux verres d’eau”, a proposal by Groupe Liaison Concrète from 22 to 25 August 2019 @ Le Post, Paris.