Scenes | Clay plates with peculiar episodes by Rozenn Voyer

Rozenn Voyer is an artist living and working in Marselle.

A series of works by Rozenn represented in our gallery is something like a tale, or rather like the setting for a tale. The missing words in the tale leave the objects to take care of the overall story. By feeding the evocative meanings they maintain a folk tradition, the memory of which vanishes.

They are stories of an everyday life in a space without time. Three scenes in the morning:

(BOUDOIR ET MOUSSE, l’oeil limpide, le cheveu épais, les os solides, la peau luisante de santé; KATZLEIN, rien que l’idée, ça me faisait faire la grimace; TOCTOCTOC, faire sauter les bouchons des bouteilles)

Three scenes in the early night:

(BOUDOIR ET MOUSSE, ils sont probablement fatigués; VA-NU-PIEDS, des histoires de revenants et des bruits scandaleux; RIESENKOPF, le fermier dans la prairie)