Bertrand Lavier - Do It Number 57 The following text is an extract from an analysis of one of Bertrand Lavier’s works by the French art critic Bernard Marcadé. The critical text will serve as instruction.
It involves making two boxes: one for food, the other for emoluments. Two rectilinear forms, the surfaces of which touch and almost completely overlap. Two time
blocks—totally self-enclosed and perfectly sealed off from the outside world and its corruption and consumption—which within their cold interiors attempt to curb the insults of time.