Fleur de béton is a work between materiality and immateriality.
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Availability date: 2018-02-01
Eric Michel is a plastic artist born in 1962, whose work around light essentially falls within the tradition of Yves Klein, James Turrell and Dan Flavin and a quest for immateriality.
To the rawness of cement, Fleur de béton associates the fragility and evanescence of fluorescent light, playing on the line that separates the material from the immaterial.
|Reference||Fleur de béton|
|Number of pages||Series of 8 delivered with artist certificate|
|Size||20 x 20 x 25 cm|
|Technique||Fluorescent light tube and cut breezeblocks|
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