Material: Old pieces of colored wood coming from antique Dominican homes, traditional assembly “inspired by the marquetry of the 16th century”.
Size: 52cm x 70cm x 133cm
These two mobile sculptures “Daily Divergence” and “Routine Surge” (composed each by an inclusion of a chair and a door) evoke the primary antagonism opposing the intimate being at home and the one who goes out during the day in search of the daily sustenance… the same only person !
Thevenet explains that in them he tried to symbolize this fracture, like an invisible earthquake in the heart of each being, between the protective family nest and the individual struggle for survival, represented by the chair and the door as a transition from one to another state, purposely using the most common furniture of everyday life.
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