Steel, Daguerreotype, LED, neon,
polyester resin

These sculptures, intended as Memorials, have their shapes dictated by the narrative from the daguerreotype used to create them. These Daguerreotype (ancestor of the film for analog camera) were taken between and during the first and second World War.

From landscapes to trenches, architecture to family, each of these images are originals which were shot by the great grand father of the artist.

The cross is composed of Daguerotypes on War with a destroyed church, trenches, devastated lands.

  • Size: H: 48 cm W: 30 cm D: 16 cm
  • Subject: Other
  • Style: Modern
  • Medium: Other

$ 4,200.00

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About the artist:

Bio: Edouard Burgeat is born in Paris in 1988, works/lives in Paris & Berlin. Edouard graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2012, his diverse practice now incorporates installation, sculpture, photography, film and drawing, He explores the relation/connection between times in history through specific economic, aesthetic and cultural situations . In a multidisciplinary and socio politically engaged approach, he accomplishes an insightful analysis on the evolution of our modern world, establishing deep involvement with the viewers on both the intellectual level and the emotional one. He proposes a very personal reflection that can be cynical, sometimes critical, light or complex on todays society & contemporary life. ​​ His recent exhibition included Berlin art week, SCOPE Art show miami, Frieze london, Marrakech biennal. In 2014 he founded NoD, a brand editing contemporary design, and working on artistic direction for scenography, interior design & art event. EDUCATION - Central Saint Martins, London. - Les Ateliers de Sevres, Paris