work is characterized by collections of pieces which tend to disrupt, slow
down, the urban space. These pieces are often interfaces between the body and the architecture, the
gaze and the landscape, the self and the others. They are practicables
surfaces, which welcome the bodies and offer a renewed experience of urban
life. The pieces inhabit inoccupied spaces, empty teeth, the non-thinking of
architecture. Appearing as minimalist objects, they belong as much to the
sculpture register as to the street furniture register. Every intervention is
thought according to the parameters, revealing an analysis of the issues raised
by the spatial context.
The suggestions of Jean-Christophe Nourisson invite the public to take
possession of the public space without injunction.
Jean-Christophe Nourisson (born, 1962) lives and works in Paris.
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