Between diversion, construction and deconstruction, the young Mexican artist Isauro Huizar gives a new dynamic and has drawn our gaze on the elements often abandoned during our daily travels to make them real ephemeral and nomadic structures.
Ephemeral sculpture made from elements recovered in the streets, Place Pasteur, Besançon (FR)
Bien Urbain 5
2 weeks : from 6th to 21th June 2015 + Chez Urbain open during all the summer
Associate artist : Eltono (FR)
17 invited artists : Eltono (FR), Honet (FR), Isauro Huizar (MX), Etienne Bultingaire (FR), Couch (JP), THTF (FR), Epos 257 (CZ), Simon Bernheim (FR), Olivier Kosta-Théfaine (FR), Luce (ES), Tricyclique Dol (FR), Huskmitnavn (DK), Influenza – Jeroen Jongeleen (NL), 3ttman (FR), Specter (US), Remed (FR), Nano 4814 (ES)
An architect by training, Isauro Huizar develops his artistic practice around public perception and private urban space. Exploring urban textures and landscapes and employing quotidian bric-a-brac, he uses abstraction and design to attribute alternative meanings to the most simple objects and forms.