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C-REX I, Saint-Denis (Reunion Island) 2013 - cans on plywood – 26m x 6.50m

C-REX II, Saint-Joseph (Reunion Island) 2016 - cans on tarpaulin - aluminum structure - 26m x 6.00m

FOUDI, Port-Louis (Mauritius) 2017 - cans on tarpaulin - 3.04m x 2.48m

BLUE WINGS, Port-Louis (Mauritius) 2017 - cans on tarpaulin - metal frame - 3.04m x 2.48m

BLUE WINGS, Saint-Joseph (Reunion Island) 2019 - cans on tarpaulin - metal frame - 3.04m x 2.48m

BLUE WINGS, Saint-Joseph (Reunion Island) 2019 - cans on tarpaulin - metal frame - 3.04m x 2.48m

Installation, Saint-Paul (Reunion Island) 2019 - cans on tarpaulin, metal frame

            HÉCALÈS - 4.30m x 2.12m,                                    JUDY - 3.28 m x 2.40m              BLUE WINGS

+ photomontage RHADAMA et CANBIUS - cans on tarpaulin, plywood frame - 2.52m x 1.44m

RHADAMA, Paris 2020 - cans on tarpaulin, plywood frame - 3.04m x 2.48m

RHADAMA, Paris 2020 - cans on tarpaulin, plywood frame - 3.04m x 2.48m

RHADAMA, Brussels 2020 - cans on tarpaulin, plywood frame - 3.04m x 2.48m

RHADAMA, close up

PFANDO, Saint-Joseph (Reunion Island) 2014 - cans on PVC film - 6.50m x 2.24m

PFANDO, tight shot

MONSIEUR OH!, Saint-Joseph (Reunion Island) 2019 - top of cans on tarpaulin - 3.80m x 4.40m

MONSIEUR  OH!, tight shot

MONSIEUR  OH!, close up

Expo Mer de  Demain déchets bord de mer upcycling art  seaside waste

Another installation, "MER DE  DEMAIN" (Sea of Tomorrow), is presented on a dedicated site which you can visit by clicking on the image opposite.

 

It is a monumental educational work.

It occupies a room of a college of 50 m² where are reconstructed underwater landscapes such as a cave, a coral reef, a herbarium, etc., all entirely made with waste collected by the sea.