Short Bios

A game of consequences for inventing imaginary artists and their work.

 Sylvestre Dufro uses drawing and felt to question notions of solitude through a fire extinguisher. Recently he has presented his work at the Temple in Lille in the exhibition "And If It Were True"

Sylvestre Dufro uses drawing and felt to question notions of solitude through a fire extinguisher. Recently he has presented his work at the Temple in Lille in the exhibition "And If It Were True"

 Ronan Brégant uses drawing and water to question notions of mediocrity through skin. Recently he exhibited in a hospital in Clirlande in the exhibition 'Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe'.  Calm Mountain Sarkosy uses a knife and earth to question notions of team spirit through milk. He recently showed his work at the Ecurie at Montcu in the exhibition 'Salsa Tequila'.

Ronan Brégant uses drawing and water to question notions of mediocrity through skin. Recently he exhibited in a hospital in Clirlande in the exhibition 'Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe'.

Calm Mountain Sarkosy uses a knife and earth to question notions of team spirit through milk. He recently showed his work at the Ecurie at Montcu in the exhibition 'Salsa Tequila'.