Eon 2015 Wood, cement, riveted plexiglas 500 x 300 x 300 cm Work in progress.
Eon puts forward an inverted figure of Noah’s Ark. Water was in the past a threat, today it became a resource to protect. Myths allow humans and societies to symbolize the often abstract and complex presence of forces that transform the world. Revisiting the myth of Noah’s Ark is the opportunity to question — following the french anthropologist Philippe Descola — the nature/culture relationship in order to better put into perspective the ecological stakes that our time experiences. Work in progress.