Sculpture - 8 x 13 x 7 cm
Sculpture : wood, stone 11 x 5 x 12 cm
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Sculpture: wood, stone
11 x 5 x 12 cm Height x Width x Depth
Sculpture - 8 x 13 x 7 cm
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Sculpture - 11 x 21 x 17 cm
Sculpture - 22 x 17 x 7 cm
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Picking, fishing and hunting, traps, weapons, enough to shelter from the sun, assemble two pieces of wood, take a mast in the forest, or let it slip away, sow, lure its predators, the strategies of the different kingdoms, plant, animal, and human, inspire in Grégoire Lavigne precious and brutal pieces. The transformations carried out on the materials found in nature are minimal, ligatures, direct cutting, or simple composition in the manner of ikebana. They refer to inherited know-how. It is undoubtedly no coincidence that a carpenter by training, Grégoire prefers traditional techniques to machined productions.
As in a natural history museum or an ethnological museum, these objects for invented use are aestheticized and put at a distance. Botanical curiosity, primitive tools, they become the absurd motifs of an islandless Robinson, with delirious ingenuity and anthropocentrism.
Irony points beneath naturalistic fantasy, it reminds us of our humble condition as an animal with tender skin, and renounces any possibility of sublimation: art as an artefact, necessarily heterogeneous.
2017 • House of the Pyrenees National Park, Etsaut
2016 • Untitled 2, DIDAM, Bayonne
2016 • Landscapes in motion, Accous, Aspe Valley
2016 • Merger, Lys, Ossau valley
2015 • Testoster Two, gallery of the ACBA art school, Bayonne
2014 • September patio, Anglet Town Hall
2014 • Back to Mourenx, Contemporary Art Gallery, Mourenx
2013 • Cimes, for “Topographic 3 Eglise des Forges, Tarnos
2013 • Laboratory, municipal greenhouses, heritage day, Anglet
2013 • Grégoire Lavigne & The Bad Seeds, Galerie Dubalen, Mont de Marsan
2012 • Meadow fishing party, Bitamine Faktoria, Irun, Spain
2011 • Meadow fishing party, Galerie du second Jeudi, Bayonne
2010 • Contemporary art biennial (off), Galerie Agora, Dakar, Senegal
2009 • Expo Atelier, Bayonne
2007 • La Corniche festival, Hendaye
2007 • Vegetable fantasy, Atelier exhibition, Bayonne
2006 • Greenhouse Effects, Garein Floralies
2005 • Cloister of Sainte-Marie cathedral, Bayonne
2005 • Random plantation, Château de Baroja, Anglet
2004 • Workshop exhibition, Bayonne
2004 • Art Gallery, Saint-Sever
2004 • 412 square meters of art, Anglet
2003 • Trophy for young talents, la poudrière, Bayonne
2016 • Combination; creation residence Lys, Ossau valley
2016 • Landscape in motion; creation residency in the Aspe valley (Pyrenees) with the Phonies Bergères
2013 • Grégoire Lavigne & The Bad Seeds; residency within the framework of the FLAC, AIAA (the workshop of artistic and craft initiatives), Roquefort
2006 • Creative residency for the effects de Serres exhibition, Floralies de Garein
2018 • Louis de Foix High School Workshop Tree of Life as part of a European project, followed by illustrative sculpture
2018 • Creative fishing children's workshop as part of the temporary exhibition of the FRAC Under the empty sky, the ocean, fishermen and suddenly…, Nekatoenea, Hendaye
2015 • Creative workshop for adults Land Art in the grounds of the Marsan media library, Mont de Marsan
2014 • Children's workshop at the Sabers leisure center
2014 • Land Art adult workshop as part of the Auprès de mon Arbre festival
2014 • Intervention and workshop at Pierre Bourdieu college in Mourenx (4th grade) as part of the Back to Mourenx exhibition
2014 • Intervention and workshop at the Jeanne d'Albret college in Pau (6th grade) with the Pau-Pyrénées agglomeration community and the Bel Ordinaire contemporary art space
2014 • Children's workshop within the framework of the FLAC
2001 • DNAP School of Fine Arts of Bordeaux
1998 • Preparation for the Bayonne Art School
1997 • BTS industrial carpentry, design / furniture design
1995 • Professional Baccalaureate in industrial carpentry
1993 • BEP and CAP carpentry, Lycée Louis de foix, Bayonne.
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