What’s the sky ?

· 2018 
· Installation : black and white prints on paper, width 70 mm, variable length ; colour transfers on glass, variable dimensions.
· Graphic design : Alexandre Denicourt 
· Sound design : Léonard Noual 

· This installation is inspired by Albert Camus’ novel The stranger, its main character’s sensoriality and the characters’ overall failure to understand each other.  
On the walls of a bright room are displayed texts and images that follow a common thread : the sky. The texts are testimonies gathered, recorded and transcripted in every detail so the unique way of talking of each and every participant remains visible. The images are photographs of the sky, transfered on glass, which gives them a blurry, incomplete and evanescent visual. Those two approaches treat the same concept differently : the sky is never objectively seen, it is always strained by people’s subjectivity. This project’s purpose is to materialize the differences of perception from one person to another, to create a sense of curiosity for the other and to help the spectator understand their own view.