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Destin Commun

On l'île aux canards, four sculpted poles symbolically embody the "common destiny" and give food for thought about how to put it into practice.This project is led by the artist Ito Waïa and his collaborators Adjé and Pit.Four tree trunks reach up to the sky and look out to sea: a medium for symbols and messages. The themes represented are Transition, Country, Transparency and Witness. The sculptors shape the wood with their souls and their tools, the forms to be created are in their heads and are born at the end of the chisel or the chainsaw.It's a challenge: "No one has yet sculpted such large poles in New Caledonia".And that's not all: these are upright poles. "Traditionally, this kind of sculpture is done on poles on the ground".

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