This was one of our biggest projects, and certainly the one that received the most media coverage. For the first time, we took charge of the whole communication of an exhibition: in addition to the usual supports (posters, signage, catalog, etc...), we proposed two large-scale events. On the one hand, we installed the giant pink X on the façade of the Bnf, symbol of hell, the space where licentious works were grouped together. The image, visible from the air, marks the spirits, it was however the fact of simple means: 76 lamps, 38 drops and adhesive.
On the other hand, we imagined and created the dreamlike dressing of the ghostly Croix-Rouge subway station, a fleeting and phantasmatic teaser of the exhibition.