Michel Blazy lives and works in Paris. Since his studies at the Villa Arson in the 1990s, the artist has been working on the exploitation of matter and the living. Favoring humble materials, generally from his daily life, products that can be found in the kitchen or living elements from the garden, Michel Blazy shows free and evolving proposals that claim the passage of time. Whether it be his first experiments with lentils, his peeling walls or his fountains of moss, Michel Blazy's works honor the mutations of matter and leave room for chance and unpredictability.
He dialogues with Alain Berland, in charge of cultural programming, and Patricia Ribault, professor of art and design philosophy at Beaux-Arts de Paris, as part of the seminar she directs: "Interspecficités: humains, animaux et autres"