limited edition, 2019
Edition 15 /  numbered.
beech wood, plexiglas
15 x 16,8 cm – 24 X 24 cm.



BICÉPHALE – Edition: 250 / numbered / Category: art edition, posters
Bicéphale is a colaboration work between the artists Zora Man,
Marion Andrieu and the curator Lucile Bouvard. It consists of a set of two monographic folded posters
Offset Print / silkscreen, 59,4 x 84,1 cm.
>> https://bicephale-publication.com/         >> Bicéphale in use



eaturing Marion Andrieu, Jean-Pascal Flavien, Vanessa Henn, Hervé Humbert, Julie Sorel, Julien Villaret / Aftermars.

Gesamtkunswerk is an Exhibition organized on the occasion of the Bauhaus 100 year’s anniversary.

Based on the Bauhaus idea of “total practice”, the focus of this event is to present object-editions realized by artists. The works presented extend to other domains such as design or architecture, which can be seen as a significant gesture in the artists’ general approach as makers. Considering Art also as a way to live, to sit or to play…






Bicéphale _ Marion Andrieu / Zora Mann
Edition launch at Kosmetiksalon Babette

Bicéphale is a limited edition which features the works of artists Marion Andrieu and Zora Mann.
It consists of a set of two monographic folded posters bound together into a “double-headed” publication.


Bicéphale was published on the occasion of the exhibition
/ interf ∆ ce(s) /, Tales of Babel which was presented at Haus am Lützowplatz, Berlin from
April 22 to June 11, 2017.
The publication is distributed by @mottobooks.

c. Zora Mann
Editor/concept: Lucile Bouvard/ Graphic design: Bernd Grether / Edition: 250/ Category: art edition, poster

Espace Libre

ESPACE LIBREGalerie Weisser Elefant
18.11.2017 – 20.01.2018

Marion Andrieu, Jofroi Amaral by Damien Mazières, Alice Baillaud, Pascal Brateau, Barbara Cousin , Cécile Dupaquier, Aurelie Pertusot

For the exhibition Espace Libre, I presented the installation DoppelgängerDoppelgänger is an installation in situ based on the idea of parallel dimension. It stages two rooms next to each other, that look identical, but not exactly…Mecanisms such as copy, repetition or inversion are at play in the installation. In terms of site, I imagined these rooms almost as sanctuaries, that is as ritualised places endowed with a specific function.

  Photos: Roman März

Color Chess XL

COLOR CHESS XL  17.03 – 11.04 2016
at Berlin-Weekly Week 92

Color Chess XL could be seen as an imaginary dialogue between Malevitch and Johannes Itten. This dialogue translates into a game of chess in which the figures have been replaced by colours. 

Color Chess XL is successively and simultaneously a sculpture, a painting and a giant chess game. The installation develops in three stages: 1/ the opening – 2/ the show´s duration – 3/ the Finissage.
1- “Abstract geometric”– 64 black and white cubes, representing the chess board, as well as 32 colored cubes (the figures) are piled on top of each other to form a sculpture placed in the center of the gallery.
2- The game: the day after the opening, the cubes are rearranged to form a chess board, covering the ground surface of the entire gallery. On every following day a chess move is played by one of the participating players, who communicates it via internet. The chess moves are then completed live in the gallery on the giant board. This means the window display changes, day by day, throughout the exhibition’s entire duration.


Der Warm Kontrast (Jan) plays against Der Kalt Kontrast (Pinsel)
1. e2-e4  2. c7-c5  3. Nb1-c3  4. e7-e6  5. Ng1-f3  6. Nb8-c6  7. Bf1-b5  8. d7-d6
9. Bb5 × Nc6 10. b7 × c6  11. 0-0  12. Ng8-f6  13. d2-d4  14. c5 × d4  15. Nf3 × d4  16. Bc8-b7  17. Rf1-e1
18. Bf8-e7  19. Nd4-e2  20. 0-0  21.Ne2-g3  22. Qd8-c7  23. Qd1-f3, 24. d6-d5…

3- The final: The show lasted 25 days, thus allowing 12 chess moves for both sides: to be played, leaving the game unconcluded. The two participating players finished the match in person during the finissage. Checkmate in favor of Pinsel – Der Kalt Kontrast  wins the game.

Special thanks to the players: Jan Kritenbrink (Jan) und Dag Przybilla (Pinsel), and to J.P Sexauer