Philippe Decrauzat - Will Guthrie
© PRINTEMPS DE SEPTEMBRE
PHOTO: FRANCK ALIX
© Philippe Decrauzat, Solides
Philippe Decrauzat expresses himself through all sorts of mediums (paintings, installations, films or sculptures) yet all his works have in common complex geometric compositions. For this new film-performance, he teams up with Will Guthrie, an Australian musician and his drums. His pure and rhythmic polyphonies do not fit any label. The starting point of Solides is an architectural ornament, a 24-facet polyhedron placed on André Breton's grave. Shot in 16 mm, the edges and planes of this starry octahedron are structuring and decomposing the image. He invokes stories of mathematical objects, from Plato's solids to Giacometti's cube via Dürer's Melencolia stone.
Free entry within capacity limits, tickets available on location from 8pm
Co-produced by the 19 CRAC, Centre régional d’art contemporain, with the support of Prohelvetia.