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Arsham looks at Hennessy through its history. Using footage and artwork from five international artists, he looks at what links Hennessy to the USA, exploring objects as relics that tell us about the Maison's place in American culture.
The artist's project is about modernity, illustrated through the classical medium of sculpture. La Fusée is a modern take on what, for Xavier, is one most important human endeavours of the 21st century.
The artist, rather than representing Hennessy, created a piece filmed through the emblematic liquor bottle to literally show the world through the lens of Hennessy.
In an ever-evolving abstract piece, the Chinese artist explores Hennessy in liquid shapes, diving deep in a glass of cognac to reveal centuries of History.
Combining light and darkness in a shadow puppet theatre, Pernot’s project speaks of the passing of time, the transmission knowledge between generations, and the timelessness of the Hennessy heritage and values.