Ohana no gisei

Fragility of life. Watching flowers bloom, open up, flourish, wither, dry out, and fall to pieces. Starting with available crayons, school pencils, black paper directly pinned up on the wall. Abundance, fall, decay.


Ohana no gisei (the sacrifice of flowers) is a series of drawings, a process, possibly infinite, in which the drawings generate dances and the dances inspire drawings.

Video from the 18/5/2018 at gallery Duchamp (Yvetot)

Ohana no gisei - du haut de Corot 7, 50 x 65 cm, pencil on paper, 2018

Ohana no gisei - du haut de Corot 1, 50 x 65 cm, pencil on paper, 2018

Ohana no gisei - du haut de Corot 14, 50 x 65 cm, pencil on paper, 2018

Ohana no gisei XV, 150 x 100 cm, pencil on paper, 2018

Performance with Margot Dorléans, Galerie Duchamp, 18/5/2018

Performance with Margot Dorléans, Galerie Duchamp, 15/6/2018

Performance with Margot Dorléans, Galerie Duchamp, 18/5/2018