TAP's Database of Public Art Practices in Lebanon
Our Database of Public Art Practices is an on-going research project archiving public art interventions that have taken place in Lebanon from 1980 to present day.
Veilhan uses high-tech industrial techniques to emulate the original epitome of human craftsmanship—the statue. The pieces are intentionally called “statues,” a term that has fallen out of use within contemporary art production as the monumentalisation of human beings has become almost obsolete. The sculptures are renderings of people in the artist’s proximity—friends, family and colleagues.
|Tags:||Displayed in public|
|Framework:||Resistance and Persistence Exhibition|
|Commissioner:||Art in Motion|