L'ÉCUME DES JOURS
1900 x 2500 cm I 475 m2
Modules appear to be both repetitive and random, their recurrent pattern being noticeable and yet never strictly locatable. They both suggest echos to the most up-to-date formal recourses, and allow the viewer to doubt whether the building itself is organic or just stained.
While viewing this elegant tartar deposit, these solid frothy bubbles a metaphorical mistral left behind, we are invited to a poetic reading of health-care “medicalized” environments and their topographical and sociological context. The anxiety a sterile environment arouses gets disrupted by the presence of the art work as a miasma, conveying an uncanny feeling all around.
Faustino keeps inciting the viewer to question his or her too familiar surroundings, he cuts through their surfaces and prevents us from unequivocal readings.
Images : David Boureau