Le Dragon, delph, delv, dragduo Khurtova & Bourlanges
Le Dragon, delph, delv, drag – Weave & Docs
Installation, 300 x 30 x 4000 cm
Original archive documents, earthenware, porcelain, cement, thread, textile, plaster, wood
A sculptural translation of a peculiar text of Jacques dedicated to the Dragon constellation: in an erratic tempo names of mountains are intertwined to weaving techniques, dragon etymology to digging machines and finally to the Omphalos, a stone carved with a textile pattern found in Delphi representing the origin of the world.
The resulting installation of tangled earth, woven stones and elements of the archive into a loom structure allow the viewer to dive into an absurd yet poetical connection between matter and meaning.
Le Dragon, delph, delv, drag – Loom & Rocks
In-situ installation, 300 x 250 x 4000 cm
clay unfired and fired, thread, original map, wood
Le Dragon, delph, delv, drag – Text & Clay
six pages of 30 x 42 cm,
paper, cracked clay