Accueillir passion

2004

sculpture

An early work examining sensorial experience, where the pieces of fruit could be moved and replaced on the magnetized box's surface. Exploring dualities such as softness/sharpness, and pleasure/pain, Accueillir Passion enacted the differences between the ideal and the bitter reality of passion, or the attraction and repulsion in romantic attachments.

places

Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery (Concordia's graduation exhebition)

collaborators

Conception: Stéphane Gladyszewski, Dominique Gladyszewski

materials

Dried fruit (oranges, limes, peach, grapefruit,mango), vegetable matter, pins, rare earth magnets, paper, steel, stones.

Pinned dryed orange.
Pinned dryed orange.
Pinned dryed pomelo.
Pinned dryed pomelo.
Pinned dryed grapefruit.
Pinned dryed grapefruit.
Pinned dryed grapefruit.
Pinned dryed orange.
Pinned dryed pomelo.
Pinned dryed pomelo.
Pinned dryed mango.
Pinned dryed mango.
Pinned dryed grapefruit.
Pinned dryed grapefruit.
Pinned dryed orange.
Pinned dryed pomelo.
Pinned dryed grapefruit.
Pinned dryed orange.
Pinned dryed mango.
Pinned dryed banana.
Pinned dryed lime.