Pencil and india ink of 12 airmail letters sheets (sent and received) mounted on a black painted wooden board, plexiglas box (137 x 84 x 9.5 cm)
Unique

During the duration of a week I wrote fragments of 6 sentences
each day on an airmail letter sheet, eventually forming following sentences:
(THEY WILL MAKE US BET ON SOMETHING WE CAN’T LOSE /
YOU WILL MAKE ME BET ON SOMETHING I CAN’T LOSE /
HE WILL MAKE YOU BET ON SOMETHING YOU CAN’T LOSE /
SHE WILL MAKE US BET ON SOMETHING WE CAN’T LOSE /
I WILL MAKE YOU BET ON SOMETHING YOU CAN’T LOSE /
I MAKE BETS I CAN’T LOSE, I CAN’T LOSE.)
I sent the letters off from Tanger (Morocco) to different friend’s addresses (Paris, NYC, Zurich). The letters were then re-sent to me. Subsequently, I covered the letter sheets partly with India ink so as to horizontally
block out the lower half of each word and the space underneath.
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Photo: Aurelien Mole
Installation view: Galerie Jérôme Poggi, Paris, Dec. 2014