Bruno Pelassy
by Marie Canet

Bruno Pelassy produced a funny, incisive and baroque body of work, including a manifesto film, Sans titre, sang titre, cent titres, which Marie Canet uses to highlight connections between Pelassy's work and the AIDS virus that took his life in 2002. 

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The works of Bruno Pelassy are produced in an artisnal spirit and one of accumulation, of pleasure in creation, and yet through their precarity they work against longevity. Along with jewellery and decorative objects, they are domestic things, since they are homemade and their mode of creatiion and content demonstrates the value of the intimacy of production and its destination. 

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