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  • MelissaM

    "Gilles Barbier's sculptural installation titled L'ivrogne, translated as The Drunk. . . the figure has a spiraling whirlwind of thoughts physically emerging from his head. The artist uses his masterfully sculpted clone to give us a glimpse into a drunkard's inner rumination . . . The metaphorical visual made of wax and mixed media displays a circus of objects ranging from dreamy stars and clouds to violent bombs and dynamite, not to mention the ominous crows and skulls."

  • Mazreen Irani

    Gilles Barbier Installation. Dream catcher

  • Jean-Pierre Pérusse

    Contemporary artist Gilles Barbier's sculptural installation titled L'ivrogne, translated as The Drunk, depicts a sullen man, down on his luck. Replicated after the artist himself, the figure has a spiraling whirlwind of thoughts physically emerging from his head. The artist uses his masterfully sculpted clone to give us a glimpse into a drunkard's inner rumination, which appears to be quite hectic.

  • mydarlingflowers Sydney

    inspirational art installations #art #artinstallation #inspiration #design #funart

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