realized by Amaury Daurel
first presented as part of the exhibition Ready-made, mensonge et variation (Étude pour une troisième partie).
Amaury Daurel is a French artist. He is the one-half of Deborah Bowmann.
His works gathers sculptures and photographs related to orgazational and functionalist contexts. Amaury Daurel develops strategies of appropriation through duplicating, reconsidering and producing variations of objects. The system of works the artist generates is led by ideas of narration and turnaround, the viewer’s point of view being understood and played with as a medium in itself.
Amaury Daurel graduated from the Fine Art School of Bordeaux and from the Glasgow School of Art both with honors.
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|Materials||Hand-built showcase. Laminated stone wood, stained wood and aluminium.|
|Size||240 x 50 x 65 cm|
Sculpture in ston-effect laminated wood and stained oak. Ready-made, mensonge et variation (Variation in laminated stone) embodies a crossroad between sculptures (Présentoir en jaune et bleu) and (Variation in dark oak), the first being the replica of a shop display from a famous underwear brand, the second being a variation on the first.