Brian Eno, Ai Weiwei, Stella McCartney, Jean Paul Gaultier.
These are the heavy names that have been pulled in the artistic workwear to recreate the relationship between France and England after Brexit, border controls and new customs rules.
In a project under the common title ‘I Love You, Moi Non Plus’, a large number of artists create works that try to suggest what a new Franco-English kinship might look like, now that the countries are no longer bound together by the EU.
On this page, it is the artist Brian Eno who has created a common flag for the two nations. The flag is created by weaving Union Jack together with the French Trikolore. For most people, Brian Eno will probably be best known for his work in the musical field, where he has been genre-defining in ambient music for 50 years. In addition, he is known for his collaboration with David Bowie and for being a part of Roxy Music.
The name of the art project is taken from a Franco-British connection, namely Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin’s hit of the same name from 1969.
The art project not only accepts contributions from notables, but is open to anyone who can submit their contribution to the project website.
Source: Politiken.dk – Forsiden by politiken.dk.
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