exhibitions

• 1993 Villa Médicis hors les murs | grant for  India.

== performances ==
• 2016 “Improvisation”, 7 mn, dans le cadre d’Extases et Vomissures, Le Générateur, Gentilly France.
• 2016 “Dance”, 20 mn, dans le cadre d’Extases et Vomissures, Le Générateur, Gentilly France.
• 2016 “Cat Walk”, 45 mn, invited by Patrick Tarres, AFIAC/ Café/ Performance, Fiac, France.
• 2016 “Ding and Dung and… End!”, 30 mn, invited by Galerie Hélène Lacharmoise, Paris, France, with thanks to Olivier Brachat.
• 2015 “Médias”, 30 mn, invited by The Art Magazine « The Steidz », Slick Art Fair Paris, France.
• 2015 “Chaux Vive”, 3h 30 mn, invited by Alberto Sorbelli for « Le Bal Rêvé », Frasq Festival 2015, Gentilly France.
• 2015 “Ektos Plasma”, 30 mn, Passage Passage Event, Vincent Sator Gallery, Paris, France.
• 2015 “Presque cerf, Presque Chien”, 3h 45mn, Chinese / DQVTM French Art Programm, curated by Frédérique Lecerf, Europeen Museum Night, Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris, France.
• 2015 “Chiang Mai”, 20 mn, Lyla Gallery with Toot Yung Gallery, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
• 2014 “Cream, Crime & Rage”, 20 mn, Le Bal Révé d’Alberto Sorbelli, Frasq 2015, Le Générateur, Gentilly
• 2014 “IT’S NOT MY F*#*..ING FAULT….!!”, in duet with Alma Tischler Wood, 2 days, 7h each, Lewisham Arthouse, London, UK
• 2014 “The Artist Might Be Present”, 6 h, during Gallery Weekend, black flamingo, Fahrbereitschaft, Berlin, Germany
• 2014 “Forget me Not”, 25 m, during Yevgeniy Fisk’s exibition, “Homosexuality is Stalin’s Atom Bomb to destroy America”, Galerie Vincent Sator, Paris, France.
• 2013 “Fucking Red shoes”, 40 m, Festival Frasq, Rencontre de la Performance, Le Générateur, Gentilly, France.
• 2013 “Ich heiße Frau Krieg”, 25 m, “Exotica” exhibition, Galerie Nord, Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany.
• 2013 “Kinnari”, 20 m, “Exotica” exhibition, Silpakhorn University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand.
• 2012 “Mécréants et Valeurs Sacrées: Le cirque des imbéciles”, 40 m, “Sarira” exhibition, Galerie Patricia Dorfmann, Paris, France.
• 2012 “A Performance for Pakitsil Varamissara”, 25 m, Toot Young Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
• 2011 “Terramoto”, 25 m,, “Vartan Kech” exhibition, Pascal Anselin, Paris, France.
• 2011 “Political Tribute”, 20 m,, “2D3D” exhibition, Caroline Smulders/I Love my Job, Galerie Joseph, Paris, France.
• 2011 “Yop”, 25 m, Nuit des Galeries, “J’entends un murmure insolite” exhibition, Galerie Patricia Dorfmann, Paris, France.
• 2011 “Tarascon”, 20 m, on Christine Blanchet’s invitation, Festival “Apart”, Couvent des Cordeliers, Tarascon, France.
• 2011 “Tang Mo”, 30 m, Toot Young Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
• 2010 Sakontala, stage performance embodying a guardian spirit in Franz Schubert’s opera composed in 1821 after the Mahâbhârata, Saarländisches Nationaltheater, Saarbrücken
• 2009 “Locus géni”, 35 m, exhibition Phototropisme, Galerie el Borj, la Marsa, Tunisia.
• 2009 “P-Q”, 20 m, Museum Bertrand, Châteauroux, France.
• 2009 “les loups de Cabiria”, 4h 30 m, event “Une Nuit / Eine Nacht”, Castel Coucou, Forbach, France.
• 2008 “Ô Nuit Enchanteresse”, 3h 15 m, Le Générateur, Gentilly, France, part of the official program of the Nuit Blanche 2008.
• 2007 “Texte-il ou elle”, 4h, during “Draping”, Journées du Patrimoine, Aître Saint Maclou, Rouen, France.
• 2006 “I wanna be your dog”, 35 m, on Alexandre Périgot’s invitation, The Land Foundation, Chiang Maï, Thailand.
• 2006 “Air Guitar, Warm-up”, 4 m, on Alexandre Périgot’s invitation, About Café, Bangkok, Thailand.
• 2006 “Air Guitar, I wanna be your dog II”, 4 m, on Alexandre Périgot’s invitation, Cité de la Musique, Paris, France.
• 2005 “Corésie poèrs”, 45 m, a meeting with Christine Graz, MAC, Marseille, France.
• 2005 “Happy Easter”, 1h, exhibition “Visions”, Galerie Kappatos, Thessalonique, Greece.
• 2005 “Ladies First”, 1h, exhibition “Visions”, Galerie Kappatos, Athènes, Greece.
• 2004 “Je suis perdu pour le monde”, 1h, on Jason Karaïndros’s invitation, école Régionale des Beaux Arts de Rouen, France.
• 2004 “Faune IV”, 25 m, on Philippe Donadini’s invitation, Le Twins, Paris, France.
• 2003 “Faune III”, 2 h, Le dîner des andouilles, on Frédérique Lecerf’s & Olivier Goetz’s invitation, during the CIPAC 2003, Metz, France.
• 2003 ” Boussadïa I”, 50 m, and “Boussadïa II”, 20 m, Lalla Hadria Museum, Jerba,Tunisia.
• 2003 “Boussadïa III (Sadïa)”, 1 h, Rencontres d’Art Contemporain de la Médina de Tunis, Tunisia.
• 2003 “Wagner, der Ring”, First intervention: Embodying Erda in Rheingold, duration 30mn; 2nd Intervention: Prologue and Act I of Götterdämmerung, duration: 2h 20mn Staatsbankberlin, curated by Berthold Scheider & Veronika Witte, Berlin, Germany.
• 2003 “Rodéo III”, creation of 5 little miniature performances (of 4 to 7 m), in residence at the Centre d’Art CAMAC at Marnay sur Seine, France.
• 2003 “Je n’ai rien fait, mais je l’ai bien fait”, 35 m, Pas vu pas pris, event organized by Galerie Quang, Palais de l’Industrie, Paris, France.
• 2002 “Hybride”,  1 h, Galerie Kan’h, Bruxelles, Belgium.
• 2002 “Rodéo II”, set of 4 miniature performances (of 7 to 12 m), serving as common theme at event performances, Centre d’Art CAMAC, Marnay sur Seine, France.
• 2002 “Média Médusa”, 25 m, Festival of performances High Calibre, Berlin, Germany.
• 2002 “Action-main d’Œuvres”, 1 h 20 m, Skall invites Lasdada, on a proposition by Nathalie Travers, co-production 40m³, Rennes, and le Triangle, Marseille,
Friche de la Belle de Mai, Marseille, France.
• 2001 “Fragilisation II”, 2 h, Rencontres Internationales Paris-Berlin, Staatsbankberlin, Berlin, Germany.
• 2001 “Fragilisation I”, 50 m, Rencontres Internationales Paris-Berlin, espace Cerise, Paris, France.
• 2000 “Suspension”, 1 h, on Pascal Lièvre’s invitation, Galerie Kan’h, Bruxelles, Belgium.
• 2000 “Le plus beau cadeau du monde”, 45 m, on Pascal Lièvre’s invitation, Galerie Kan’h, Bruxelles, Belgique.
• 2000 “Faune I” et “Faune II”, 40 m to 1 h each, on Jacob Gautel’s invitation, intervention in the garden of the Villa Médicis, Rome, Italy.
• 2000 “Headscape I, II et III”, respectives: 1 h, 30 m, 50 m; three performances organized under the artistic advice of Yves Sabourin, on the capillaire theme. Salon Headscape, Paris, France.
• 2000 “A Wind from my Memory”,1 h, on the French Embassy’s invitation in Sri Lanka, Galerie Barre Foot Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
• 1999 “Aqua Sidérale”, 1 h 10 m, Rencontres Internationales Paris-Berlin, École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, France.
• 1999 “Kill and make war”, 1 h, in the setting of “Trois jours en Mai”, le Bon Accuiel, Rennes, France.
• 1998 “Pom Pom Girl”, 20 m, école des Beaux Arts de Rennes, France.
• 1998 “La Fée d’amour”, 35 m, Salon Toukokuu, based on a concept by Ulla Kartunen, Paris, France.
• 1998 “Action-Image”, 1 h, on Lasdada’s invitation, Internet Day, Ministère de la Culture, Paris, France.
• 1998 “Tissage”, 1 h, festival “Les Inaccoutumés”, La Ménagerie de Verre, Paris, France.
• 1997 “Nissan, Bandaï”, 45 m, exhibition “Sous le Manteau” curated by Caroline Smulders, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France.
• 1997 “Nissan, Bandaï II”, 15 m, on Alberto Sorbelli’s invitation during his presentation at the Caisse des dépôts et Consignation, Paris, France.
• 1995 “Est aussi fragile que l’éternité”, 10 m, performance meeting organized by Christine Graz, P3, Tokyo, Japan.
• 1995 “Est aussi fragile que l’éternité II”, 10 m, performance meeting organized by Christine Graz, Cabaret le Pigall’s, Paris.
• 1988 “Les quatre éléments”, 20 m, event curated by Valentine de Ganay, Château de Courances, France.
• 1987 “La Nuit est aussi un Soleil”, 15 m, opening ceremony, Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, France.
• 1984 “Zoups!”, 5 m, event curated by Anne de Villepoix, espace Exo7, Rouen, France.
• 1984 “Peinture”, 3 h, Performance painting on the Esplanade du Trocadéro à Paris for the TV program “Domino”.

== commissions==
• 2000 Embroidery for the Fond National d’Art Contemporain (CNAP).
• 1996 wall artwork for the rooms at the Sheraton Hotel Roissy, France; interior design byAndrée Putman.
• 1986 sculptural jewellery, for the fashion show of the designer  Jin Abe, automn-winter.
• 1985 sculptural jewellery, for the fashion show of the designer Jin Abe, spring-summer.

== Solo Shows ==
• 2016 “Extases et Vomissures”, Invité par Anne Dreyfus, Le Générateur, Gentilly, France.
• 2015 “Skall-Photos”, Presented by Toot Yung Gallery at the Treshold N°3, Bridge Art Space, Bangkok, Thailand.
• 2012 “Sarira”, Galerie Patricia Dorfmann, Paris, in cooperation with I Love My Job, Caroline Smulders, Paris, France.
• 2011 “Nuées et Merveilles”, Part I, Octave Cowbell, Metz, France.
• 2011 “Nuées et Merveilles”, Part II, Castel Coucou, Forbach, France.
• 2010 “A Light beyond Darkness”, Mario Mauroner Gallery, Vienna, Autriche.
• 2007 “Les imaginaires”, sculptures, exhibition curated by Alain Debret, Galerie Ventilo, Paris, France.
• 2004 “Boussadïa”, video presentation at the Petite Galerie, École Régionale de Beaux Arts de Rouen, France.
• 1991 “Cendres”, wall sculptures, Galerie Farideh Cadot, Paris, France.
• 1991 “Encore des Cendres”, wall sculptures, Galerie Lumen Travo, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
• 1988 “Greffes d’âmes”, wall sculptures, Galerie Lumen Travo, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
• 1988 “Les Tombes d’Amour”, installation, Institut Français, Londres, Great Britain.
• 1987 “Le Sommet d’Innocence”, installation, Museum of Groningen, Netherlands.
• 1987 “Morceaux de Paradis”, wall sculptures, Galerie Lumen Travo, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
• 1985 “Courrier du Coeur”, Mail-Art, Base Internationale, Villeurbanne, France.
• 1984 “Peintures sur papier”, Galerie Beau Lézard, Paris, France.
• 1983 “Peintures”, La Grande Serre, Rouen, France.
• 1983 “Oblitération”, Mail-Art, Entrepôt du Quai de la Loire, Paris, France.

==Group Shows==
• 2016 “Aux Aguets”, sur une proposition de Jason Karaïndros, La Petite Fabrique de l’Art, Paris, France.
• 2016 “Dogs of Hell”, Curated by Julie Crenn, Galerie Patricia Dorfmann, Paris, France.
• 2015 Launch of the “The Steidz” Magazine, Skall & Antoine Collet, Ticolais, Paris, France.
• 2014 “Indian Aurora”, Reid Hall / Columbia University Institut, curate dby Caitlin Boucher, Paris, France.
• 2013 “Exotica”, Galerie Nord, Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany, in cooperation with Christine Falk and Alfred Banze.
• 2013 “Biennale de la Céramique”, Musées de la Ville de Châteauroux, France.
• 2013 “Tresses Treize”, La Maison des Tresses et des Lacets, La Terrasse-sur-le-Dorlay, France, on Yves Sabourin’s proposition.
• 2013 “Exotica”, Silpakhorn University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand, in cooperation with Christine Falk and Alfred Banze.
• 2012 “Sacré Blanc!”, curated by Yves Sabourin, Musée Jean Lurçat, Angers, France.
• 2012 “Printemps des Arts”, Palais de la Abdellia, curated by Meriem Bouderbala, Tunis – La Marsa, Tunisie.
• 2012 “À quoi rêvent-ils”, an exhibition curated by Christine Blanchet, Galerie Sit-Down, Paris, France.
• 2012 “Blanche est la Couleur”, an exhibition curated by Yves Sabourin, Passage de Retz, Paris, France.
• 2011 “Alice au pied des Nuraghi”, curated by Guy Jacquemin, Église de Villanova, Trusheu, Italie.
• 2011 “J’entends un murmure insolite”, Galerie Patricia Dorfmann , Paris, France.
• 2011 “2D3D”, an exhibition curated by Caroline Smulders, Galerie Joseph, Paris, France.
• 2009 “Métissage”, under the art direction of Yves Sabourin, Musée de Bayeux, France.
• 2009 “Biennale de la Céramique”, Musées de la Ville de Châteauroux, France.
• 2009 “Phototropisme”, curated by Meriem Bouderbala, Galerie el Borj, La Marsa, Tunisie.
• 2009 “Alice chez les Chanot”, curated by Guy Jacquemin, Centre Albert Chanot, Clamart, France.
• 2009 “Alice, Milady et le Fantôme de L’Alhambra”, curated by Guy Jacquemin, Biarritz, France.
• 2008 “Métissage”, under the art direction of Yves Sabourin, Musée de Bourgoin-Jallieu, France.
• 2008 “Alice aux Reflets Arturiens”, curated by Guy Jacquemin, Hôtel Arturo Lopez, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France.
• 2008 “Performances, le mot Chien ne mord pas”, an exhibition curated by Caroline Smulders, Galerie Joseph, Paris, France.
• 2007 “Métissage”, under the art direction of Yves Sabourin, Ministry of Culture and the Institut Français, Jakarta, Indonisia.
• 2007 “Métissage”, under the art direction of Yves Sabourin, Ministry of Culture and the Jim Thompson Fondation, Bangkok, Thailand.
• 2007 “Biennale de la Céramique”, Musées de la Ville de Châteauroux, France.
• 2006 “Métissage”, under the art direction of Yves Sabourin, Musée du Septennat, Château-Chinon, France.
• 2006 “Les Artistes cassent la baraque”, Place Saint-Sulpice, Paris, France.
• 2005 “Visions”, Galerie Kappatos, Athenss and Thessaloniki, Greece.
• 2004 “Métissage”, under the art direction of Yves Sabourin, Ministry of Culture and the Cultural Institute of Yucatan, Mexico.
• 2004 “L’autre Métissage”, curated by Yves Sabourin, La Paz, Bolivia.
• 2004 “(Wo/Man”, Centre d’Art de CAMAC, Marnay sur Seine, France.
• 2003 “Rencontres d’Art Contemporain de la Médina de Tunis, l’intime et l’étranger”, curated by Meriem Bouderbala, Palais Kheïreddine, Tunis, Tunisia.
• 2003 “Ornament”, Kunst Büro, Luitpold Lounge, Munich, Germany.
• 2002 “Métissage”, under the art direction of Yves Sabourin, Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, Saint-Brieuc, France.
• 2002 “Sumptuous”, exhibition organized by the Palazzo delle Papesse di Sienna, the ancient slaughter house of Prato, Italy.
• 2002 “Bingo”, exhibition curated by Caroline Smulders, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France.
• 2001 “Métissage”, under the art direction of Yves Sabourin, Ministry of Culture and the AFAA, Lima (Peru), La Paz (Bolivia), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), and Buenos-Aires (Argentina).
• 2000 “Art Link 2000”, Bare Foot Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
• 2000 “Narcisse Blessé”, curated by Jean-Michel Ribettes, Passage de Retz, Paris.
• 2000 “Les 100 sourires de Mona Lisa”, curated by Jean-Michel Ribettes, Tokyo, Osaka, Japan.
• 2000 “Skall et Gaëlle Chotard”, Ministry of Culture, curated by Yves Sabourin, Salon Headscape, Paris, France.
• 1999 “Officina Europa”, curated by Renato Barilli, Galeria d’Arte Moderna di Bologna, with the participation of the cities of Imola, Cesena and Rimini, Italy.
• 1998 “Fétiche, Fétichisme”, curated by Jean-Michel Ribettes, Passage de Retz, Paris, France.
• 1998 “Salon Toukokuu, Invitation to Love”, based on a concept by Ulla Kartunen, Bedroom Gallery, Bathroom Gallery, Paris-Helsinki, France-Finlande.
• 1998 “Ici et Maintenant, Encore”, curated by Yves Jammet, APSV (Parc de la Villette), Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, Paris, France.
• 1997 “Ici et Maintenant”, curated by Yves Jammet, APSV, Parc de la Villette, Paris, France.
• 1997 “Une idée Française du Baroque”, curated by Caroline Smulders, Galerie Hugo Lapa, Lisbon, Portugal.
• 1997 “Sous le manteau”, exhibition curated by Caroline Smulders, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France.
• 1995 “Conviviality”, Hirsh Farm Project, Chicago, USA.
• 1992 “Regard très particulier sur la Carte Postale”, Musée de la Poste, Paris, France.
• 1991 “L’Objet de la Sculpture”, organized by the AFAA (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Rotonda della Bessana, Milan, Italy.
• 1991 “Vraiment faux!”, organized by the Fondation Cartier Internationale, Rotonda della Bessana, Milan, Italy; Villa Stuck, Munich, Germany.
• 1991 “Collection of the Museum in Groningen”, Netherland Institute, Paris, France.
• 1991 “Marïen, Ducorroy et Skall”, La Maison Art Contemporain, Douais, France.
• 1991 “Attitude Détournement”, Galerie Peinture Peintures, Paris, France.
• 1989 “Coup d’Envoi ou l’Art à la Lettre”, Musée de la Poste, Paris, France.
• 1986 “Peinture”, Hyperspace Gallery, Miami, USA.
• 1986 “Miniatures”, Lidewij Edelkoort, Paris, France.
• 1986 “Bijoux”, Lidewij Edelkoort, Paris, France.
• 1985 “Identité de Disdéri au Photomaton”, Centre National de la Photographie, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France.
• 1985 “French”, Paulo Salvador Gallery, New York, USA.
• 1985 “Salon de Villeparisis”, France.
• 1985 “Salon de Montrouge”, France.
• 1985 “Victor Hugo, carte blanche à 28 artistes”, Centre culturel de Montrouge, France.
• 1985 “Promesses”, Galerie Beau Lézard, Paris, France.
• 1985 “12 artistes et l’ordinateur”, Galerie du Jour, Agnès B., Paris, France.
• 1985 “Guela, Melon, Skall”, curated by Christine Crutel, restaurant le Faste Fou, Paris, France.
• 1984 “Salon de Montrouge”, Montrouge, France.
• 1983 “La Figuration Libre au Salon d’Automne”, Grand-Palais, Paris, France.
• 1982 “Salon de Vitry-sur-seine”, France.

== decors, scenography and art direction ==
• 2014 “Môm-Art”, on Bernardo Montet’s invitation, Théâtre Louis Aragon, Tremblay, France.
• 2013 “Môm-Art”, on Bernardo Montet’s invitation, Centre Chorégraphique nationale de Tours, France.
• 2011 “Môm-Art”, on Bernardo Montet’s invitation, Centre Chorégraphique nationale de Tours, France.
• 2009 “Môm-Art”, on Bernardo Montet’s invitation, Centre Chorégraphique nationale de Tours, France.
• 2008 “Môm-Art”, on Bernardo Montet’s invitation, Centre Chorégraphique nationale de Tours, France.
• 2007 “Môm-Art”, on Bernardo Montet’s invitation, Centre Chorégraphique nationale de Tours, France.
• 2004 Mise-en-scène of antique still life photos, for the mazine AD, special issue “Marché de l’Art”, photographer: Manuel Bougot.
• 2004 Cover for the magazine DADA, nº14.
• 2003 Mise-en-scène of still life photos of luxury jewellery, for the magazine Inouï, photographer: Anita Grégoire.
• 1998 Set design and Costumes design for “Anthrop, modulo 1”, a Choregraphy by the Cº Castafiore; Opéra de Montpellier, Châteauvallon, MC 93 de Bobigny.
• 1996 Set design for “Almanach Bruitax” a Choregraphy by the Cº Castafiore; Biennale de la Danse de Lyon, MC 93 de Bobigny.
• 1992 Set design and Stage Action for Brigitte Farges’s choreography,”J’adore mais j’en peux plus”, Le Quartz, scène nationale à Brest (France),
Londres (Royaume-Uni) et Jerusalem (Israel).
• 1989 Set design, installation for the Cº Théâtre éphéméride, “Ophélie”, parcours pour une noyade”, Val-de-Reuil, France.
• 1989 Set design (partial) and Stage Action for Brigitte Farges’s choreography “Qui se cachera du feu qui ne se couche pas”; Festival d’Automne, Paris, France.
• 1985 Set design and Stage Action for Brigitte Frages’s choreography, “énigmes, miniatures et autres visions”; Théâtre de la Bastille, Paris, France, London (Great Britain), Budapest (Hungaria), Vienna (Austria).
• 1984 Set design and Stage Action for Brigitte Frages’s choreography, “Acte Gratuit (titre provisoire)”; Festival de Carpentras, France.
• 1983 Set Design for Daniel Larrieu’s choreography, “Un sucre ou deux”.

== residencies ==
• 2015 Bangkok Thailand, Performance & Exhibition, Athens Grece, contacts & meeting with artists.
• 2013 Bangkok, Exotika exhibition, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand.
• 2012 Luang Prabang, Vientiane, Laos, Contact Centre Culturel Français.
• 2012 Bangkok, pour la performance “A Performance for Pakitsil Varamissara”, Thailand.
• 2011 Tapei, Taiwan.
• 2011 Bangkok for the performance “Tang Mo”, Thailand.
• 2010 Saarbrücken, Geramny and Vienna, Austria.
• 2009 Bangkok, Thailand; for the realisation of a video and to keep contacts.
• 2009 Phnom Penh, Cambodia, cultural trip.
• 2009 Tunis et La Marsa, Tunisia,for the exhibition of “Phototropisme”.
• 2008 Bangkok, Thailand; to stay in contact and the preparation for a video.
• 2008 Taipei, Taiwan; to establish contacts.
• 2007 Tunis, Tunisia, to stay in contact.
• 2006 Centres d’Art du Parc Saint Léger, Pougues-les-eaux, France.
• 2006 Maison de la France, Bangkok, Thailand.
• 2004 Miami, USA; to establish contacts.
• 2003 Tunis and Djerba, Tunisia, for “Les Rencontres d’Art Contemporain de la Médina”.
• 2003 Berlin, Germany, for “Der Ring” organized by Staatsbankberlin.
• 2002 Berlin, Germany; for the festival “High Calibre”.
• 2002 Lisbon, Portugal; cultural trip and convalescence after accidant in Berlin.
• 2001 Berlin, Germany, for the performance “Fragilisation II”.
• 2000 Colombo and Dumbulla, Sri Lanka, forv”Art Link 2000″.
• 2000 Rome, Italy, work stay on invitation by Jacob Gautel, at the Villa Medicis, rome, Italy.
• 1999 Bologne, Padou, Venice, Italy, for the exhibition “Officina Europa”.
• 1998 Wisconsin, USA; cultural trip and contacts.
• 1997 Lisbonn, Portugal, for the exhibition “une idée française du baroque”.
• 1995 Chicago and Wisconsin, USA, for the “Hirsh Farm Project”.
• 1994 Tokyo, Japan, for the performance meeting organized by Christine Graz.
• 1993 New Delhi, India with the Villa Médicis grant hors les murs.
• 1993 Beijing, China; culturel trip.
• 1991 Milan, Italy, for the exhibition “l’Objet de la Sculpture”.
• 1991-1992 Tel-Aviv et Jerusalem, Israel, for the dance festival.
• 1986 London (Great Britain), Vienna (Austria), et Budapest (Hungaria), with the choreographer Brigitte Farges.
• 1986 New York, Washington DC, USA; to establish contacts.
• 1986 Rome and Naples, cultural trip.
• 1984 Berlin, Germany; set construction for a short film.
• De 1973 à 1976, Mascate, Oman; expatriate with my family.
• De 1970 à 1973, Port Dickson, Malaysia; expatriate with my family.
• De 1966 à 1970, Port-Gentil et Gamba, Gabon; expatriate with my family.
• 1964, Balikpapan, Indonesia; expatriate with my family.

== Collections ==
• Fond National d’Art Contemporain – France
• Fond Municipal d’Art Contemporain de la Ville de Paris – France
• Musée de la Poste, Paris – France
• Musée de Châteauroux – France
• Groninger Museum, Groninge – The Netherlands
• The Caldic Collectie – The Netherlands
• Maisons des Tresses et des Lacets, La Terrasse-sur-le-Dorlay – France
• Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris – France