Writing and staging of a performance, played by Eurialle Livaudais, 23 minutes
Sculptures, glazed ceramics, metal, plaster, padded fabric, carpet, variable formats
Une vrai déviation et rien d’autre, Mains d’Œuvres, Saint-Ouen, 2019
Writing and staging of a performance played by the actor Eurialle Livaudais. An anxious character struggles with speaking in front of an audience. She gradually transitions from discomfort to a compulsive, disconnected and psychotic state, as she recalls the power dynamics that form her daily engagements. In an attempt to explain what’s happening inside her mouth during these awkward moments, she supposedly casts her symptoms through the use of oversized ceramic chewing-gums and other props.