In the manner of the famous french artist, new realist, Jacques Villeglé, Murmure agency is interested in graphic diversities offered by our cities and especially our walls. Dechire (tear in french) is initially a job of assimilation, of appropriation, with an eye, a framing, a photographic composition of spaces overloaded with posters, which are damaged, altered by time, ripped and tagged. The appropriation of visual space then allows us, after process, to use them as graphic support: business cards, posters, urban interventions, paper...
The cards are made entirely with accumulated posters, and then stamped. Then they return to the city walls, arranged in space as paintings, sometimes in series, as in galleries.
The second part of the project is another form of media displays appropriation, only adding above the posters already in place (also dilapidated) a black vinyl, which reveals the cut out shape of the logo and emphasizes the graphic beauty that can sometimes hold this juxtaposition of images and texts that are the posters.