Galerie Chantal Crousel is pleased to host Oscar Tuazon's second exhibition, in which he pursues his exploration of the relationship between water, land rights, architecture and sculpture.
Tuazon predominantly works with architectural techniques and materials, creating structures and spaces which use building supplies such as steel, glass, and wood and a simple do-it-yourself approach. Tuazon’s sculptures, built by hand, are often quasi-functional objects or models of other spaces. The construction process itself can often be seen as a performative part of the work, as it references the techniques of Land Art and Minimalism in improvised collaborations with designers, engineers, and builders to produce large-scale installations and public projects.
L'École de l'eau
June 19th — July 24th, 2021