French Artist Michel Blazy Plays With Foam in a Monastery

Michel Blazy created sculptures out of small things from the house, which usually inspire that inattention devoted to everyday objects: mashed carrot, lentil seeds, food colors, dry dog and cat and the list is far from exhaustive. Is a blend of natural and artificial materials which constitute the support of investigations of the artist. The works become metaphors for the fragility, of passing time and the brevity of life. For the College of the Bernardine, Michel Blazy provides an installation that evokes the Final Bouquet possible future of the planet if we do not heed our environmental decay and consumption are at the heart of its concerns.

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