Client: Chateau DEVISE D'ARDILLEY
Location: SAINT LAURENT MEDOC, France
Completion date: 2016
Artwork budget: $10,000
Annick Desmier Maulion
Chateau Devise d'Ardilley
This work is made up with five floating paints ( 130 x 40 inches ), painted both sides on translucent material.
The installation offers a double event; in the twilight of the wine storehouse, five both sides translucent paintings, make up a picture within the framework of the large glass window which separates the cellar from the reception hall.
According to the daylights and the various points of view, in the reception hall the five hanging on paintings create subtle variations of arrangements and colors.
This installation concept offers a lot of flexibility; it allows to test several devices with the customer, according to the light, to the simultaneous perception of the work in both spaces where it intervenes.
I like the idea to invest a space, to transform it in pictorial garden with very light and resistant materials, easy to transport and to settle up in situ according to the place size,