In the summer of 2006, Antoine de Roux filmed Laurent Pariente at work on his installation at the Bourdelle Museum in Paris. He followed the artist with his camera during the entire construction of his work - a structure made up of walls, passages and ceilings, and a floor covered in chalk, proliferating across the four rooms of Antoine Bourdelle’s former studios. During the installation, Pariente is confronted with the reality of the space and that of his own art. Surrounded by a team of workers and assistants, he encounters a number of technical, formal, and human problems, as well as a fundamental one: how to include Antoine Bourdelle’s work within his own.
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