2013, ed. 4 of 25
cut cotton paper, seeds
18'' x 7'' x .5''
Graines d'Ananar on the Rock makes reference to anarchist, poet, and singer Léo Ferré (1916-1993).
... In this paper cut I created a fantasized Monaco. I included all the places of memories of Léo Ferré as well as the famous and glamorous side of Monaco with the castle and the marina. A packet of wild seeds closes the triptych. These are the seeds of music, anarchy, and poetry that, like the songs of Léo Ferré, can even grow on rock.