Bottled gas, phosphorescent stars
Luc Texier is an odd fellow. This artist, student at the National School of Photography in Arles and “station master” otherwise, went digging an other furrow. His work implements children’s game and the dangerousness of blunt objects. Luc Texier plays with our nerves. From the sagaie mikado to the swing set with the seat made of a giant razor blade, the artist reminds us our sweet childhood memories and mixes them with symbols illustrating violence. The bottled gas symbolizes the terrorist attacks. When he recovers it with medicine, he questions our lives where nobody remembers why they run without chemistry of any kind. A free work on the fringes of art history.
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