In one of the windows of the centre Le Lieu, a mirror supported by a single corner on the glass that presses and holds a strip of paper with the name of the installation: "L'impossibilité de créer un miroir bénévole" "The impossibility of creating a benevolent mirror”
Behind the mirror a black curtain prevents seeing the interior.
The installation has a dim light.
On the floor a carpet-pool with a dark red liquid on which layers of gold float.
On three of the walls are stuck hundreds of folios with the names of the Amerindian tribes at the time of colonization. As a sack, each one contains numerous photocopies of the same bono-lotto bet.
At the end of the room is a bourgeois armchair behind it, a methacrylate box encloses a projector. The images of Amerindian faces are projected on a pedestal and the screens of four televisions that emit episodes of the series "Dallas", model of capitalism.
The sound of televisions is the only thing you can hear.
The opening day I made a performance related to the installation