Entitled, 2014.

Bookcase: 150 × 125 × 140 mm (5.9 × 4.9 × 5.5 in).
Each book 143 × 106 × 20 mm (5.6 × 4.2 × 0.8 in).
Limited edition of 5 bookcases, each containing 6 books in English numbered and signed.

Installation, solo exhibition Tu te souviens ?,
Maison des Arts de Schaerbeek, Brussels, 2014

The bookcase Entitled contains 6 titles with an identical content: the same 9 meters-long accordion is made of press photographs highlighted with red pencil's hand marks, representing all kinds of violence one can imagine and perpetrated “in the name of...”.

The 6 titles follow each other:
In the Name of...,
Red is Dark,
This is Not a Nightmare,
What About Now?,
As Usual,
Ad Vitam Æternam.

This project met Thucydides' path, a Greek politician and historian (460–397 BC), from whom this quote can be found on every book's cover: “By wanting to justify acts considered up to there as blameworthy, we changed the ordinary sense of the words.”

1/6Lucile Bertrand - box Entitled

Installation, Maison des Arts de Schaerbeek.

2/6Lucile Bertrand - box Entitled

3/6Lucile Bertrand - box Entitled

4/6Lucile Bertrand - box Entitled

5/6Lucile Bertrand - box Entitled

6/6Lucile Bertrand - coffret À quel titre ?