WAR HALL, Maison Folie de Wazemmes, Lille, France, mars 2016

Exposition par l’association Perf Romance.
Du 4 mars au 3 avril 2016
Maison Folie de Wazemmes, Lille, France

Quand des artistes choisissent l’art plut?t que les armes pour dénoncer les horreurs de la guerre, le résultat donne une exposition détonante !
Avec Jef Aérosol, Bernard Pras, Epsylon Point, Remy Pagart, Mimi the Clown, Sébastien Lhopital, Virgo Black, Happy Fingers, Fred Martin, Dimitri Vazemsky, Johan Jaccob, Loic Parthiot, Atome, Mask, Jacques Lempicki, Charles Barbot et le studio Apollon XIII .prix

Sans titre
Platre /
 plaster of Paris

GLOBAL NOMADIC ART PROJECT, Itm Universe, Vadadora, Gujarat, 15 au 20 décembre 2015


Fers à béton, bambous
Structure enduite avec un mélange de bouse de vache, paille de riz

 et colorant noir

Structure made of iron rods and scraped bamboos
covered with a mix of cow dung, straw and black stain
Pile of salt

Size: 282x190x120 cm

A giant black mask
hangs from a tree
above a pile of white salt.

Such a strange fruit
hanging from a branch of a lonely tree

a giant black human face
dropping black sweat on immaculate land.

Dedicated to amazing and inspiring Rann of Kutchh.

GLOBAL NOMADIC ART PROJECT, INDIA, 17 november 20 december 2015

The Global Nomadic Art Project, India – 2015 is organized by TREES in collaboration with YATOO (Korean Nature Artist’s Association), directed by Somu Desai and Eung Woo – Ri. There are 13 Indian Artists’ and 23 Artists’ from other countries who will unite to work together in Natural Environments.
Global Nomadic Art Project started as an idea by a group of artists from South Korea which has turned into a movement, travelling globally across continents to re-instigate man’s awareness, concern, learning, and responsibility towards our environment.
Our contemporary world is responding too fast to the growing needs of man supposedly causing an imbalance in various sectors of our society. This thought perception has resulted in extremism of two kinds, either it is taking us too far from Mother Nature or close to it. This project is aimed at bridging the gap by changing these very thought perceptions through various visual art practices. The ‘nomadic’ artists shall indulge in inter-cultural dialogue with not their own environment but the other. Artists shall interact with group of students at various educational institutions and share their expertise. While travelling place to place they shall reflect upon their experiences. They shall spend a few days to make art works from what they find relevant in nature and environment. We have also invited the local artists, artisans, poets, writers, philosophers, folk singers and musicians to join in with the project. These art works shall be documented, displayed & archived for educational & sensitization purpose.
The interest is not to make any artwork as commodity, rather to leave traces of dialogue with nature by creating ephemeral artworks. The artists will listen and communicate with nature through their work.
This documented exhibition mounted in India would also get demonstrated in other countries during the global nomadic art project in Iran and South Africa in 2016, European countries in 2017 and America in 2018.

Site Specific #1
sunday 22nd november

Black mud


Shot by Saulius Valius


Encounter with the land
   first plunge into earth
laid then fell down 
four times in very soft almost liquid grey mud 
leaving behind me four body prints

Site Specific #2
sunday 22nd november

Black silt

Attempts of body prints
on a soft silt land
unsuccessful but
led me to draw with my naked body on the plain ground

bare feet on soils
soft and muddy

dry and hard

cracked and dusty

 friday 27th november


Two disastrous attempts to build sculpture shaped animals with stones
as I used to do 20 years ago

on  saturday 28 th november

 ... went into the jungle, in Gir forest
sat and admired wind blowing in fallen teak leaves
a bull skull being absorbed by creepers 
a wild stream passing by.

Experimented the best path in nature is never the straight way.

Site Specific #3
wednesday 2nd december


Site Specific #4
wednesday 2nd december 


Dug my hole
dug a circular pit with a local tool
on yellow ochre dry soil
inspired by the trap of the insect called Antlion
Dust from digging became the main material

Site Specific #5
friday 4th december 


Isolated on the steps of a feline
layer of red sandy soil on a bed of black clay
modeled a head with it

Borrowed the landscape
on shore of the lake 
series of body prints 
from mud 
into water

Site Specific #6
monday 7th december 

Black mud

Laid down on salty soil
extracted black mud from beneath the salt crust
mixed mud, salt and water 
covered my body by Ya-Chu Kang with a thick layer of this mixture
stood up and revealed the negative print of the body

Crashed the salt crust with my feet in a circular form 
mixed mud, salt and water 
till obtaining a liquid mix like ink

Site Specific #7
tuesday 8th december


Borrowed the landscape 
on the shore of the goat’s pond 
three body prints
in sandy soft yellow silt 

Site Specific #8
tuesday 8th december 

Black mud

Second attempts with most liquid black mud 

ABIKO INTERNATIONAL OPEN AIR ART EXHIBITION, Abiko, Japon, 10 au 24 octobre 2015



Spirit of Azemichi
L'esprit du chemin d'entre les rizières
Where the dragonfly dances,
where the spider weaves a web of emptiness,
where the no tail white cat walks …


Là où s’ébattent les libellules,
où les araignées maitrisent le vide,
où le chat blanc sans queue se promène …

Scrap wood and bamboo, japanese paper
Bois et bambou de rebut, papier japonais

Inspiré par le visage de Chuu Gan En Getsu,
moine bouddhiste
Sculpture en bronze du temple Kenninji, Kyoto

LE COEUR DE DRAGON, La promenade du dragon, Les 400 coups, Péruwelz/Bernissart, 23 ao?t 2015

Coeur de dragon/ Heart of the dragon
Branches de noisetier, liens, paille, grillage, mousses et branches mortes / 
Branches of hazelnut tree, iron links, straw, iron netting, moss and dead branches

Coeur: 260 x 230 x 170 cm
Diamètre total de l'installation: 34 mètres /
Heart: 260 X 230 X 170 cm
Total diameter of the installation: 34 meters

Construction process:

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