09/02/2013

INSTALLATION ART

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THE MIGHTY GIANT (A SLIGHT APPEARANCE)

 

In the middle of the elephant corridor, Guy-André Lagesse / Les Pas Perdus designed an art installation based on a mythology invented by himself. The art work was built with the help of the members of Trimukhi Platform in Borotalapda village… [⇒ see the presentation folder]

initiated by Guy-André Lagesse / Les Pas Perdus • team facilitator Sukla Bar Chevallier •fabricated, painted and planted by Budhray Besra, Nicolas Barthélemy, Bishop Hansda, Dhananjoy Hansda, Dulal Hansda, Jiten Hansda, Ramjit Hansda, Robi Hansda, Salkhan Hansda, Sukul Hansda, Dorine Julien, Guy-André Lagesse and Fulu Tudu • produced by Les Pas Perdus and Trimukhi Platform with the support of Institut français in India, City of de MarseillesAlliance française du Bengale and MACE  • materials: bamboos, water colour paints, stainless steel plates, cycle tires • dimensions: 16m x 3m • inauguration on March 2, 2019 during Night of Theatre 11Trimukhi Cultural CentreBorotalpada

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE FLIP FLOP AVENUE OF FANCY HEAD DRESSES

 

Flip-flop chooses abandoned in the village and the surrounding areas become abandonadas en la comunidad  y en los alrededores become sculptures sown along the street crossing the village. These sculptures were fabricated, painted and planted by Les Pas Perdus with the help of the members of Trimukhi Platform in Borotalpada … [⇒ see the presentation folder]

initiated by Guy-André Lagesse / Les Pas Perdus • team facilitator Sukla Bar Chevallier • fabricated, painted and planted by Budhray Besra, Nicolas Barthélemy, Bishop Hansda, Dhananjoy Hansda, Dulal Hansda, Jiten Hansda, Ramjit Hansda, Robi Hansda, Salkhan Hansda, Sukul Hansda, Dorine Julien, Guy-André Lagesse and Fulu Tudu • produced by Les Pas Perdus and Trimukhi Platform with the support of Institut français in India, City of de MarseillesAlliance française du Bengale and MACE  • materials: bamboos, water colour paints, stainless steel plates, clay pots, peacock feathers, buckets, mud clay, brushes, sandals flip flops, plastic bottles, plugs and cables • dimensions: between 2,20 m and 3,20 m hight and between 35 cm and 80 cm large • inauguration on March 2, 2019 during Night of Theatre 11 Trimukhi Cultural Centre Borotalpada

 

 

 

 

FLYING BAMBOO

 

A structure of tense lines and threads with pieces of suspended bamboo gave form to the installation of the Mexican visual artist Alejandro Orozco. This on-site installation, developed in collaboration with the members of Trimukhi Platform in Borotalpada became a space to walk, a place to stay for a few moments, a place from which the spectator could build his or her own decentralised sight. [⇒ see the folder of presentation] [⇒ see flying bamboo page]

designed and fabricated by Alejandro Orozco • with the advices and collaboration of Sukla Bar Chevallier,  Bhimcharan Hansda, Gopal Hansda, Motilal Hansda, Salkhan Hansda, Himadri Mondal, Chandraï  Murmu, Lorena Rojas and Girish Soren • produced by Trimukhi Platform and Alejandro Orozco • dimensions: 1130 cm large, 660 cm wide and 470 cm hight  weight (approx.) 90 kg materials:  325 pieces of bamboos of variable sizes between 15 and 25 cm 97 lines of 6 and 4 mm metallic wire with variable lengths between 200 and 600 cm  150 metallic eyebolts  yellow, red, blue acrylic paint • inauguration on February 9, 2013 during Night of Theatre 6 Trimukhi Cultural Centre Borotalpada