In October, I posted fake signage inside of the school, imitating those directing applying students to the school’s administration, instead indicating the way out of school, to ‘dis-register’.
Untitled (Tripple Baloon Arch), 2019
Made especially for La Cambre’s open doors days, this ironic balloon arch aimed at playing with the school’s image, both its visual identity (by reproducing its official logo) and its reputation (referring to popular eventhood and mass-advertising), in order to demystify school’s prestige.
LaCambre21 (Bâtiment à vendre), 2019
Coups de cœur, 2019
Laureate students from La Cambre have the privilege of exhibiting every three years in the school gallery. At this triennial, I’ve infiltrated the exhibition and left a modern version of Trébuchet.
Moodboard (library), 2019
Door-curtain protecting against insects installed for school’s open doors.
After school set up every new iMac inside the ICT room, I installed posters that forbid students to use the machines. Diddle® mouse pads, sitting next to the screens, were also part of the hoax.
Make sure your password is correct, 2018
To access La Cambre’s Wi-Fi network, users need to enter the name, date of birth and date of death of Marcel Duchamp, as depicted on the posters put on walls. However, I decided to change the information with my own, thereby leading everyone in error.
Lost Student card, 2018
Every academic year, school’s administration is in charge of printing students card. This year, I’ve made one especially for Marcel Duchamp, to then exhibit it at the reception desks, among the found objects.
CASO Ready-Made, 2019