Within the framework of Bordeaux [Re]Centres, 2013/2016 and AGORA, Bordeaux Biennial of Architecture, Town planning and Design. A joint work, drawn from tales and topics collected amongst city dwellers about the construction of a world to come.
Guy – André Lagesse’s installation / scenography, on Sunday, September 14th, 2014,
Parc des Angéliques, Bordeaux right bank, Agora, Biennial event of Bordeaux.
By a powerful meteorological, seismic or poetical action, this sculpture/building turned inside out like a glove threw out all around the rocks which were constituting its walls.
This step, spring of encounters necessary for the follow through of a process of co-creation consists in photographing women, men and children, intimates of the places as «boulder bearers ».
Pulling part of the spontaneous illuminations at years-end and extending the meridional custom to «take out its chair», the artists materialized a « balcony artwork,» with each inhabitant associating a chosen seat, armchair, sofa to a luminous color system installation.
A meander in a miners’ terraced housing complex, classified heritage site, interspersed by in-situ installations, sculptures, film projections, sound and visual artworks.
An evolving transportable village whose houses, outdoor constructions, dependencies, furniture, objects, and gardens are constructed and presented in open air public spaces.
Three artists Guy-André Lagesse, Doung Jahangeer, Peter McKenzie kick a ball across the African continent, passing it from one person to person, from city to city and from one country to the next.
Invent your Christmas trees, your new year’s illuminations
Construct your presents or personalize your Christmas and New Year’s Eve!
Every Saturday before Christmas
From November 15th till December 20th from 10 am till 6 pm
Les Pas Perdus welcome inhabitants, tinkers and DIYs at the Comptoir de la Victorine, Marseille.
Mirages in the City
Within the framework of 8th International Encounters of Sciences and Cinemas, the film Mirages in the City produced by the artistic group Guy-André Lagesse, Nicolas Barthélemy et Jérôme Rigaut will be shown November 21th, 2014 at the « Maison de la région » in Marseille.
« Les Pas Perdus » are engaged in a multidisciplinary field combining high-tech and inspired homegrown practice. They evolve in the reaches of visual arts (installations, digital imaging, films), sound creation (multi-media, electronic musical device), scenography and performing art.
The «Houses of the Ordinary and the Fancy» are poetical spaces anchored in non-profit organizations, community centers, collectives, etc… found in cities, suburbs and working class districts.