Loris Gréaud, The Unplayed Notes & The Underground Sculpture Park
Loris Gréaud is a conceptual artist, filmmaker and architect. His work, which includes installations, films and architectural creations, has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world.
The book ‘Loris Gréaud, The Unplayed Notes & Underground Sculpture Park’ brings together a series of projects by the French artist, inviting the reader to travel through fantastic stories where he finds himself in an experimental field of diverse media, which attempt to give form to temperature, light waves or time.
This editorial publication, published by Hatje Cantz Verlag, has been a challenge due to its complexity and combination of elements. The book, which is stored inside a slipcase finished with a glossy black hot foil, includes four different blocks combining both coated and offset papers. Several Pantone inks have been used for each block, while some pages have been printed in four-colour process. The project has been bound in a hard cover lined with black cloth and has a glossy hot foil stamping in the text, and the edges of the papers have been painted with black aniline to give the book uniformity.