Par monts et par vaux

Artistic research, Portfolio

During my second first year of architecture, there was a workshop during which we (a group of first and second year students) had to make a work of art unrelated to architecture. We chose this anamorphosis that evoked as much a sensual naked body of a woman as the hills and valley. During the presentation of it, we actually put some dry ice in buckets at the feet of the “paintings” to create a misty effect that would make it look even more like mountains and valleys (which is what that title means in French) before revealing, when standing in the right spot, the whole picture of a naked woman.

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