Table-relief, Collar of Larche
The artist David Renaud was born in 1965 in Grenoble, and he lives and works in Paris. Landscape is central to his artistic work, with the geographical/topographical map as its starting point. While applying himself to respect this fundamental resource in the study of our environment, which is considered a basis for grasping any landscape, he exercises his freedom in the construction of the structures and in the form of these works. In his installations, the scales are disrupted, the distances are reduced, and temporality is nullified. He then questions our relationship with landscape by proposing that we move away from a vision that is too codified and too conceptualised.
For the VIAPAC Contemporary Art Trail project, in 2011, David Renaud created Table-relief, a work located on the Col de Larche pass on the border between France and Italy.
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