Roussel, Brisset, Duchamp, Engineers of the Infra-Thin
The reproduction of a Sidereal Esperanto by Jean Perdrizet will be part of a course consisting of 32 plates, in the exhibition Alphabetum i: Roussel, Brisset, Duchamp, engineers of the infra-thin, at the Museumkwartier in The Hague, until 19 May 2019.
This former bridge and pavement engineer, who became an “inventor,” fascinated all the scientists he met. He relentlessly sought to awaken consciences by overstepping the bounds of reason. The plans of his inventions, which he addressed to the highest scientific bodies, such as NASA, the CNRS or the Nobel Committee, are all invitations to reconsider the possibilities of physics, giving us the codes of an elsewhere. The one to whom we have dedicated an important monograph is present today in eminent collections : Mnan-Pompidou Center (France), collection de l’art brut (Swiss), LaM (France), Pinacothèque Hervé Lancelin (Luxembourg) ou Antoine de Galbert (France).