and no end and include different elements. The 5 objects are not attached to each other, and thus can be freely repositioned like children’s toy blocks. The last element on top, a big “Slim-Fast”-like glass, has a tiny hole where a plastic straw can be inserted. 
The arbitrary choice of including the straw or not changes the meaning of sculpture to either reference self-induced health regimes, or the more subtle forms of political regimes."/> META - Le Regime - image 1
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LE REGIME - 2009
PLASTIC STRAW, BLACK BELGIAN MARBLE, MULTICOLOUR ONIX, TRAVERTINE MARBLE, RED MARBLE
40 CM X 30 CM 30 CM

The word “regime" in French can mean "diet" but more commonly refers to a set of conditions, most often of a political nature. This sculpture consists of 5 primary geometric shapes in 5 different types of marble. The idea came from Brancusi’s sculptures many of which seem to have no beginning
and no end and include different elements. The 5 objects are not attached to each other, and thus can be freely repositioned like children’s toy blocks. The last element on top, a big “Slim-Fast”-like glass, has a tiny hole where a plastic straw can be inserted. 
The arbitrary choice of including the straw or not changes the meaning of sculpture to either reference self-induced health regimes, or the more subtle forms of political regimes.

Le Regime

Il y a 10 ans

and no end and include different elements. The 5 objects are not attached to each other, and thus can be freely repositioned like children’s toy blocks. The last element on top, a big “Slim-Fast”-like glass, has a tiny hole where a plastic straw can be inserted. 
The arbitrary choice of including the straw or not changes the meaning of sculpture to either reference self-induced health regimes, or the more subtle forms of political regimes."/> META - Le Regime - image 1