1995 , FRA

At the time when most of the planet's inhabitants live in cities, urban space is an endless source of incentives. Artists who have been reflecting architecture have known at least since the Blade Runner that the future will bring us chaos. The architect wants to direct it, the artist teaches us to observe it. Dusong creates statues-installations, parts of which look like castings of objects and parts. It makes them something between a machine, a warehouse, and an architectural model. The innocent white color then wipes out all the differences and gives us hope that the chaos will not wipe ourselves out too. / rv