June 1, 2018
2011-2014; In this sculpture in bronze and neodymium, Romain Langlois, is making a reference to the Jericho skull. The skull is highly polished which gives it a golden aspect with glints of light. The substance partially covering it is the neodymium. The use of this material on a diamagnetic surface favours the passage of an attracting magnetic force thus modifying the aspect of the skull.
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Romain Langlois is a French contemporary artist whose sculptures question our perception of both what we see and what we know.Read More
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