A year ago, I was commissioned by the Louvre Lens museum to be the curator and scenographer of their first design exhibition.
This exhibition proposes to establish a series of dialogue between objects of ancient use from the antique collection of the Louvre and contemporary domestic objects. It’s speaks of permanence, inheritance, heredity and evolution through craft, industry, technic and forms.
The scenography works like a minimalist laboratory, which blends into the architecture of the room, where we observe the objects talking to each other in the middle of the glass pavilion of the museum. Each module will be reused by the museum or disassembled and recycled, nothing will be destroyed or lost.
Opening October 6, 2020
Client: Louvre Lens
Mission : curator and scenographer