The exhibition included 230 sculptures related to the Sepik Valley (Papua New Guinea). The route allowed the visitor to understand the many forms of ancestral figures starting from their public forms to go to their forms "secret".
Highlighting the works had to develop while completing this scenography Didier Blin. The color temperature had been adapted to meet the usual location of the work (hotter inside, outside colder, as a daylight) while preserving the coherence of the whole. Similarly, special attention was paid to large parts requiring the use of multiple devices while giving the impression of a single source.
From Tuesday, October 27 2015 to Sunday, January 31, 2016
: Quai Branly
Project Team : Didier Blin
Dates : 2016
Surface : 2 000 m2