Xavier Brandeis

Révisions Etymologiques

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Extraits non modifiés du dictionnaire Français.
Chutes réfléchissantes de plaques d’immatriculation.
(À photographier avec flash.)
2,60 x 4, 60m.    © 2016

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Vues d’atelier, Novembre 2015. Ateliers du Grand Large, ADÉRA.

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Vues d’atelier, Novembre 2015.
Ateliers du Grand Large, ADÉRA.
© 2015

De la Distorsion

Montage Objets Détails

« De la Distorsion »
Photographies d’objets plastiques.
200 x 200 cm.   © 2015

Dérèglement circulaire


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« Dérèglement circulaire »

Triple décimètres, vis.
60 x 80 x 60 cm.    © 2014

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HARA KIRI

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Crayons HB, colère.
4 x 12 x 32 cm.    © 2015

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Déviation réglementaire

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1o réglets inox 50cm.

52 x 60 cm.    © 2014

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Rendez vous

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 » Rendez vous « 

Ficus elastica né en 2008 noué manuellement, réglet inox 1m.

50 x 103cm.    © 2014

En toute connaissance et respect pour l’oeuvre de Guiseppe Penone,
Continuerà a crescere tranne che in quel punto, 1968.

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Distorsion linéaire

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Niveaux à bulles thermo-déformés.

200 x 200cm.    © 2013

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Perturbation rectiligne

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 » Perturbation rectiligne « 

Métronome, fil à plomb, crayon à papier, support métallique.

18cm x 240 cm.    © 2013

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Réelle illusion

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« Réelle illusion »

Mixed media.

100 x 200 cm.    © 2013.

 

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Roue de bicyclette carrée

« Roue de bicyclette carrée »

Metal squared wheel mounted on painted wood stool.

129,5 x 63,5 x 30 cm.    © 2012.

 

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Touch

«Touch»

Plum-tree wood, keys.

30cm x 33cm x 33cm © 2012.

 

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Œillères

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« Œillères »

Leather. 32cm x 22cm x 16cm.    © 2012.

 

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La trahison du numérique

« La trahison du numérique »

Printing on PVC, ink. 61cm x 81 cm.     © 2011.

 

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Banc privé

« Banc privé »

Cement, Glass. 2m x 90cm x 80cm.    © 2011.

 

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Cadre

« Cadre »

Ballpoint pencil. 40cm x 40cm.     ©

Free style ?

 « Free style ? »

 Ballpoint pen, ink, mixed technics.

40cm x 40cm each. 2m x 2m all.    ©

 

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10×13

“10×13”

Objects. 13cm x 13cm x 200cm.    ©

 

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« Art contemporain à 2 balles »« Back to reality »

« Art contemporain à 2 balles »

« Back to reality »

Mirror, Ak-47 bullets. 25cm x 35cm x 9cm    ©

 

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Choose your Way

« Choose your Way »

Wood, objects, paint. 50cm x 24cm.    ©

 

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Exposition extérieure imposée

« Exposition extérieure imposée »

Bâtiments de l’école des Beaux-Arts de St-Etienne.    ©

 

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Caddie #2

« Caddie #2 »

1,30m x 1,65 x 90cm    ©

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Caddie #1

« Caddie #1 »

1m x 75cm x 90cm    ©

 

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The Globe

« The Globe »

Metal, objects. 50cm x 65cm.    ©

 

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City Pattern

« City Pattern »

100 Squared city pictures. 2m x 2m. Black & White Photography.    ©

 

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The Power of the Circle

The Power of the Circle

After the Heyoka ceremony, I came to live here where I am now between Wounded Knee Creek and Grass Creek. Others came too, and we made these little gray houses of logs that you see, and they are square. It is a bad way to live, for there can be no power in a square. You have noticed that everything an Indian does is in a circle, and that is because the Power of the World always works in circles, and everything tries to be round. In the old days when we were a strong and happy people, all our power came to us from the sacred hoop of the nation, and so long as the hoop was unbroken, the people flourished. The flowering tree was the living center of the hoop, and the circle of the four quarters nourished it. The east gave peace and light, the south gave warmth, the west gave rain, and the north with its cold and mighty wind gave strength and endurance. This knowledge came to us from the outer world with our religion. Everything the Power of the World does is done in a circle. The sky is round, and I have heard that the earth is round like a ball, and so are all the stars. The wind, in its greatest power, whirls. Birds make their nests in circles, for theirs is the same religion as ours. The sun comes forth and goes down again in a circle. The moon does the same, and both are round. Even the season form a great circle in their changing, and always come back again to where they were. The life of a man is a circle from childhood to childhood, and so it is in everything where power moves. Our tepees were round like the nests of birds, and these were always set in a circle, the nation’s hoop, a nest of many nests, where the Great Spirit meant for us to hatch our children. But the Wasichus have put us in these square boxes. Our power is gone and we are dying, the power is not in us anymore. You can look at our boys and see how it is with us. When we were living by the power of the circle in the way we should, boys were men at twelve or thirteen years of ago. But now it takes them very much longer to mature. Well, it is as it is. We are prisoners of war while we are waiting here. But there is another world.

Black Elk. (1863-1950).