Studio view, Poush (Manifesto), Clichy.
Several springs are attached to each other, held to the wall of the room by hemp threads. Around them, clay. This clay bears the prints of the sheet that tied it. Little by little, the clay dries and turns white. Unable to compress itself around the metal, it cracks.
“60% Love Song” has two stages: a first stage during which the springs, covered with raw earth, are not stretched, and a second stage, during which the hemp string is shortened, stretching the springs and making the earth crack. The earth falls and breaks on the ground, revealing the flower petals it contained.