Brigitte Nahon

    Exhibition: Pop Up, 1995

    Noah Mhain I O, 27a, 1995

    Plexiglas

    2' diameter each

    Sculpture in Homage to my family of Demotica, Greece. I choose to install my sculpture close to the river, in a steep spot. The sculpture will be set into the ground; we could miss it. Why must a sculpture in a park be seen immediately? Coming back to the idea that in Nature, we have to take time to observe, to find something. So, from a distance one sees only 3 empty holes in the earth. The spectator must lean over them to discover their secrets: planes of color and shapes. Forms appear or disappear as the spectator moves around the sculpture. It is a kind of hypnotism and vertigo within the Earth. We lose our point of reference: the empty becomes full, the solid becomes liquid. Thanks to Christian Collussi who was very nice to me.
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