Born in 1966.
Michel Blazy fashions strange installations from materials that have often been abandoned. The artist’s workshop, kitchen and garden are thus veritable experimental labs for building up his pieces over time. Chocolate, Chinese noodles, foam, the rotting remain of potatoes, or industrial carrot puree constitute so many organic materials shaping his modest sculptures. Fragile and fleeting, Blazy’s creatures seem like shifting formal worlds that "make use of all of time’s energies in order to change shape".