Installations

The Laboratory of Anger Management, Stéphane Roy, Paris 2016

Title : The Laboratory of Anger Management

Description : A structure dedicated to releasing destructive impulses is set up, offering the onlooker the possibility to destroy various objects, in a furnished and decorated scenescape (the aim is to propose all kind of materials picked up from the streets, where the citizen are throwing away their own belongings).
The whole room is equipped with cameras that record everything that takes place both inside and outside the room.
Before going in the room, the spectator-actor must follow a post-ritual that starts with the signature of a release. Then they are given a protective suit to wear before accessing the room. An aluminium baseball bat is provided.
The last instruction is given : “You have 30 seconds inside the room”.

Media : Participative installation

Location : Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2016) & Donaufestival, Austria (2017)

Year : ongoing since 2016

Stephane Roy, Laboratory of Anger Management, Palais de Tokyo, 2016 - Photography by Patrick Siboni (4)

 

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Description: A series of unauthorized urban installations made with street trash. Each of the installations has the ambition to trigger emotion and initiate a dialogue around the societal challenges that we are facing.

Media: Unauthorized urban installations made with street trash (mixed media)

Dimensions: 6 x 3 x 1.5 m

Location: Brussels, Belgium

Year: 2016/2017

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(From my 10 WEEKS Unemployment Residency Program) DAY 26 : “The Cover Letters” (from the Trash series)
street art installations, mixed media, various dimensions,
Brussels, 2018

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(From my 10 WEEKS Unemployment Residency Program) DAY 30 : “Le Mur des Motivations, ou la folie moderne de l’intégration” (The Wall of Motivations, or the modern madness of integration)
Large scale installation in situ, made from 400 cover letters that I have written between 2012 and 2017
Various dimensions (here : 10 x 4 meters)
Brussels, 2018

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