Lebrel – “Refuge parasite d’Anaïs et Salomé”10 July 2019
Self-taugh craftsman-designer, Fernando Abellanas alias Lebrel places experimentation, functionality and adventure at the basis of his work. Attracted by the vagabond figure, he uses the city as a playground and enjoys building installations under the bridges, thus creating privileged access to inaccessible places. With a hut, a room or an office on wheels suspended under a bridge, Lebrel explores the possibilities of urban exploration and tests new useful forms for everyday or the extraordinary.
His second work for the 9th edition of the festival Bien Urbain, “Parasitic refuge of Anaïs and Salomé”, was located under the Charles de Gaulle bridge of Besançon.