In this project realized by the French studio Rimasùu, the Greek myth of Sisifo is told in frames where Carrara marble is the unique narrator of this story. The white caves and their scars presented as witnesses of the diabolical punishment inflicted on the man who had dared to challenge the Death.
Rimasùu is a creative studio based in Paris, founded by Adrien Ledoux and Maxime Matias, working in photography and graphic design. A plural conception of design is at the base of their practice, made up of exchange and comparison, in which the abilities and knowledge of everyone is mixed to lead to innovative ideas and concepts. Here, the creative process seeks to unite knowledge with know-how, with the objective being the creation of articulated projects and the conviction that experimentation gives space to alternative interpretations and visions.