Playing with the theme “after the wall” proposed by Escif in 2016 during Bien Urbain 6, Clément built aqueducts, dams and bridges, forming small cities that question the interaction between Man and nature, the ambiguous relationship that they maintain, between cohabitation and destruction. More accustomed to carrying out his delicate constructions in closed places, to the accustomed and sensitized public, Clément here satisfied a long-standing desire: to identify and choose a space, to compose in and with public space and to show passers-by his compositions touching all in concrete.
The artworks were located Chemin de Casamène and ruelle Billard in Besançon.
Bien Urbain 6
2 months : From 3rd june to 30th july 2016
Associate artist : Escif
15 guest artists : Escif (ES), Cyop & Kaf (IT), Daniel Munoz / San (ES), Harmen De Hoop (NL), Henrik Franklin (SWE), Fermin Jimenez Landa (ES), Lolo (ES) y Sosaku (JP), Maider Lopez (ES), Myr Muratet (FR), Timofey Radya (RU), Clément Richem (FR), Wasted Rita (PT), Olivier Toulemonde (FR), Sam3 (ES), Martha Rosler (US)
Clement Richem invite us to explore the subtle relationship between time and movement, such as when building architectures of careful using natural materials. The public area contains numerous factors altered daily with whom to deal.