“The Red Hammer” Tales from a grandmother, Georges SAND, scenographical sketches

Written in July 1875 by Georges Sand for her granddaughters, the tale of the Red Hammer tells a cycle. It is about the transformation of a space in movement, evolving around the imagery of a stone, originally a monolithic stone.

These sketches -taken from my scenographic research on this tale, structure the floating space of the Laboratoire Tararin. This show is a first stone in my research on human scale scenography. It is inspired by Calder’s “circus” and the creation of immersive and sensory spaces.

vague de fleurs

pelouse point de vue corps

3D endroit envers renversement


point de vue observateurcroquis à partir du conte de Georges Sand