Days are Dogs
From 18th October 2017 to 7th January 2018, the Palais de Tokyo in Paris hosted Camille Henrot’s solo exhibition “Days are Dogs”. The exhibition reflects upon the theme of time and its subdivision: it is indeed divided in seven parts and dedicated to the days of the week.
Through her sculptures, drawings, videos, and frescoes, Henrot examines the ways in which the days of the week structure our relationship with time. Fonderia Nolana collaborated with the artist for the realisation of the works, combining several materials such as chained bronze, aluminium and leather, then giving support also for their installation.
Of particular relevance, the work “Punisched” is a sculpture in white bronze with hidden anchorage structure, designed by Fonderia Nolana based on Camille Henrot’s requirements.