Marguerite Humeau talked a lot with paleontologists, zoologists, veterinarians, engineers, explorers, surgeons, doctors and radiologists for his research on prehistoric animals to rebuild, for example, their vocal cords and imagine the sound they could produce.
A work of art and sometimes of design where past and present are untiringly ixed.
I like her research on the meaning of a presence. What is a presence? How do I feel about it? What’s left of it? This research seems so close to questions about feelings of love and emotions to me.
I even wonder, from my daily playground, how a sculpture can stand out from the rest of things in my mind?
This sculpture is a mixture of silhouettes and images of animal brains. It would take too long to tell you more about it here, but there is work on the shamanic aspect of our ancestral relationship with Nature. It touched me again with questions that catch up with those on environmental sustainability in the world today.