L’Autre part: Between initiatory quest and captivating journey, a dive into the world of creation through the wanderings of Crayon, emblematic character of its author Créons.
“Crayon, a piece of cut wood, with a rounded pencil lead, lives alone in an attic in the middle of the city. The insufferable capture of his reflection image in the mirror leaves him no choice: cross the mirror and start an introspection of who he believes he is. Despite himself, Crayon embarks upon an exceptional pictorial journey taking him far from his initial quest.”
Créons presents his silent graphic narrative L’Autre part during an immersive exhibition inspired by the universe of the book.
A strolling experience proposing a dive into the inspiring world of the book, passing, depending on the rooms, from original drawings to video, sound and sensory installations. The exhibition showcases the original drawing boards from L’autre part as well as all the upstream research that was used in the development of the book: storyboard, search for sets, development of characters.
Along with these original works, certain elements of the book universe will be amplified in a three-dimensional way. You will discover decorations on a human scale along with mediums impossible to develop in the book but to which it is intimately linked, such as music or video. Some boards from the book will also be reinterpreted as wall frescoes.
For more than 10 years, pencils have had fun and entertainment in the capital where they have established, relentlessly exploring the folds and creases of concrete and enveloping the gray grounds in their provocative colors. Voluntarily nomadic and constantly changing, their thirst for surprising explorations and endearing creations remains intact. If adventure is tasteful, it is because in parallel with these near or distant journeys, moments of lull and retreat take place, allowing these dazzling moments of life to be settled, as well as to generate other productions.
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