Partnership:
Aurélie Mourier (37), Pauline Ciquier (15), Stéphanie Chifaudel (13), Aurélie Denis (13), Emilie Etemad (13), Pedro Pereira (13), Alex Lécuiller (12), Audrey Pennachio (8), Audrey Brouxel (6), David Cenciai (6), Jean-Benoit Lallemant (6), Damien Marchal (6), Alexandre Moineau (6), Daniel Perez Vega (6), Hélène Colineaux (5), Romain Courapied (5), Pierre Ernst (5), Stéphane Jarry (5), Cécilia Ollivier (5), Benjamin Paré (5), Johanna Rocard (5), Léna Barbier (4), Béryl Begon (4), François Geslin (4), Alexandra Gillet (4), Sylvain Jomier (4), Annie Mahot 4), Milena Marinho da Silva Rocha (4), Camille Planeix (4), Rémy Albert (3), Fabien Brigant (3), Manuel Buet (3), Leslie Chaudet (3), Pricille Magon (3), Simon Poulain (3), Audrey Taccori (3), Julie Tudoux (3), Olivier Tudoux (3), Sophie Marey (2), Aurélien Pelletier (2), Vincent Rubat du Mérac (2), Janice Zadrozynski (2), Séverine Cailleau (1), Lucie Cottier (1), Isy (1), Raphaële Jeune (1), Sue-Huyn Kim (1), Gwenvael Launay (1), Claire Laurent (1), Catherine Lécuiller (1), Claire Migraine (1), Sophie Vignitchouk (1).


Photos:
Nicolas Lelièvre

Thanks:
Olivier Armillotta, Pierre Galopin, Antoine Huet, Eloïse Krause, Sophie Marrey, Gwenn Merel, Camille PLaneix, Olivier Pertuisel, Blandine Tuffier


Public Collection: FRAC Bretagne

14,75/20

Installation, 2010>2014

During 9 months Tudoux invited 52 amateur teachers to dictate to him the youth novel CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN by Frank and Ernestine B. Gilbreth. The book tells the story of 12 children raised by two industrial engineers and "efficiency experts", who believe that what is good at the factory is good at home and vice versa. The title of the installation - 14.75 / 20 - is the artist’s overall average over 272 dictations. The copies are presented in the form of an installation plunging the visitor into memories of childhood, repetition, cadence, and evaluation.