Gaillard & Claude

Gaillard & Claude make sculptures, editions, musical tracks, radio broadcasts and other forms that most often appear as groups—like friends or families—relating to each other through music, science, sociopolitics, and art in a form of joyful play.

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 Gaillard & Claude - Oompah, Tom-tom, Tootle-too & Toot
English edition
Shelter Press - Books
Oompah, Tom-tom, Tootle-too & Toot narrates the story of four members of an orchestra who animatedly chat during a break backstage at the Henry Le Bœuf concert hall in Brussels. Through gossip, arguments, and existential crises, they shake the axioms and notions of community, authenticity and happiness. The dialogues by Lili Reynaud-Dewar are illustrated by Kristien Daem's photographs of Gaillard & Claude's sculptures.
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