Born in 1980 in Bordeaux, France.
The work of the French and English artist Alexandre Singh combines sources of exogenous knowledge (theater, cinema, design, TV series…), giving birth to a grotesque universe. In the miniature theater of “La critique de l’Ecole des objets”, consumption goods with feisty personalities undertake to make fun of the world of art. Inspired by Molière’s “Critique of the School for Wives” as well as by Woody Allen’s rhetorical tricks, the play’s humor resides in the many fanciful, scathing observations made by these disconcertingly witty objects. The artist underlines that “having objects, rather than humans, hold those views makes the whole thing more light-hearted and more fun, like with the animals in La Fontaine’s Fables”.