As a graffiti artist, Tilt is selected for the OFF of the Marrakesh Art Biennale of 2016.
Since 1988, Tilt has traveled the world and has questioned the viewer about the expectations and prejudices, about our habits and ‘mind sets’, he tracks down the resistance to certain art concepts and proclaims loud and clear his graffiti artist status.
In his thoughts about his participation to the Marrakesh Art Biennale, Tilt has continued his questioning about the consequences of the practices and the experimentation in graffiti art, by fetishizing an object, the Peugeot 404 car, out of time, appreciated for its properties regardless of its practical, socials and cultural interests. Tilt sanctifies the object by vandalizing it; he breaks down the unstable and fluctuating barriers of the work of art. From this, the artist reinterprets and mounts the images of those big summer migration flows on the Maghreb roads and of the meeting between two cultures through the round trip of these migrants, in his own language, that of primitive graffiti.
With this installation, he wants to pay homage to theses modern convoys, suppliers of histories.
Installation Voyage Aller
L’Blassa, rue de yougoslavie,
Premiere press visit by invitation
On February the 28th at Jardin Rouge.
fotos aufgenommen am 23. februar im jardin rouge
studio fotos, aufgenommen durch paul etard