Free to Edition / 2009
Art of the traditional Japanese print, Ukiyo-e, is read by letting spin its glance because it addresses the senses and the feelings are aroused. It is an art of the suggestion. The word Ukiy ö, in its ancient sense qualifies the reality of a world the only certainty of which is the impermanence.It is translated in three ways: " Images of the world floating ", " Images of the world which passes ", " images of the unstable world "
Opposing to the satisfaction of an immediate need, to the cult of the performance, the object about which we dream do not deliver an immediate satisfaction in the same way as the aesthetics of the fleetingness which carries Ukiyo-e.
Give of the importance in the object to what escapes us, to the enigma, to the mystery, to arouse the curiosity seems necessary for a time when most of the goods invade us the most predictable satisfactions.
This suspension offers a new way of arresting the vegetable without having an overhanging point of view which dominates the situation.The horizontal device, at the level of eye, does not satisfy the glance and leaves with the plant the secret of its wild deployment.
Materials: Injected plastic
Colors: Mat white
Collaboration: Gregory Marion