Cast Cairn No. 10, 2011
Sand cast bronze, brass, copper. Edition of 10 + 2AP.
“Art is defined, then, as an impersonal process in which the work is composed somewhat like a cairn, with stones carried in by different voyages and beings in becoming (rather than ghosts) [devenants plutôt qui revenants] that may or may not depend on a single author... To an archaeology-art, which penetrates the millennia in order to reach the immemorial, is opposed a cartography-art built on "things of forgetting and places of passage." The same thing happens when sculpture ceases to be monumental in order to become hodological: it is not enough to say that it is a landscape and that it lays out a place or territory. What it lays out are paths—it is itself a voyage.”
Gilles Deleuze, What Children Say