Auto Celebration_Didier Faustino

By Didier Faustino РBureau des Mésarchitectures

Assisted by my Portfolio II Interior Design students at Georgia State, Didier Fasutino created a work titled Auto Celebration. It is a physical manifestation of the void created by a person in movement, captured in cardboard and tape. Made physical, but lacking in resolution, the piece takes on an odd recognizability in other contexts.

Didier’s work frequently questions the relationship between the body and architecture, investigating ideas of intimacy and desire. Through performance, installation and immersive environments, Faustino explores the body’s potential for action removed from the architectural contexts that define them. This work was part of:

NEW WAVE ATLANTA: WHEN URBAN INTERVENTION SPEAKS FRENCH

at the Welch School of Art and Design at Georgis State Univeristy.

Posted at 5pm on 02/08/09 | Filed Under: Academic, Public, Urban