kinetic work

We’re thrilled to announce Calder: Hypermobility, opening June 9. The exhibition will bring together a rich constellation of kinetic works by Alexander Calder, and provide a rare opportunity to experience them as the artist intended—in motion. An extensive series of performances, concerts, events, screenings, and new commissions will bring contemporary artists into dialogue with Calder’s work, and will demonstrate the many ways his art continues to challenge and inform new generations.

[Alexander Calder (1898–1976), Dancers and Sphere (maquette for 1939 New York World’s Fair) set in motion in Calder’s “small shop” New York City storefront studio, 1938. © 2017 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photograph by Herbert Matter, courtesy Calder Foundation, New York]

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Homemade, drill powered walking machine that you can ride inspired by Theo Jansen’s kinetic sculpture walking beast. With a diy gear box and a dewalt 20 volt drill it can handle loaded of up to 370 lbs



Pleased to have made the graphic identity of Les Nuits Claires 2016 music festival taking place April 1st and 2nd in 2016 at Yoyo concert hall within Palais de Tokyo’s basement in Paris, France. With Etienne de Crécy, Peaches, Jono Ma (Jagwar Ma), Josef Salvat…

The event was launched in 2015 by well-known Marie Claire magazine.

Here you can discover some designs I’ve made and delivered for this commission work.

The designs were displayed within metropolitan in Paris and Marie-Claire, Cosmopolitan, and Stylist magazines.


[On portraying her Orphan Black characters] “The one thing I always have to come back to is what the character wants and why they want what they want. […] For Cosima, it’s about making my brain work quicker and making my internal workings more kinetic. It’s a dream job but it’s fucking exhausting but completely rewarding.”