Project Native Informant

Morag Keil,

Crumbling The Antiseptic Beauty

Fondation d'Entreprise Pernod Ricard, Paris

Artists' practice is far from being as solitary as we sometimes imagine. If the studio is a privileged space for thinking and producing, it is also a place of passage, of stimulation, that lives to the rhythm of the encounters and exchanges that take place there. Although creation is predominantly individual, it owes a great deal to these collective manifestations which, throughout an artistic career, maintain the work in its liveliest form, porous to the multiplicities it encounters. This carte blanche given to David Douard, best known for his sculptures and installations that conjure up the altered forms of language, reflects the way in which an artist evolves with his peers - between reciprocal influence and fascination for the other's vocabulary. Invited for the first time as curator, David Douard presents a group show for the Fondation Pernod Ricard conceived as a total environment, which, through a variety of media and aesthetics, provides information on the way in which a sensibility is continually constructed.

Units 1 and 3
48 Three Colts Lane
London E2 6GQ
United Kingdom

Wednesday - Saturday
12:00 - 18:00