Gilga II

by Lionel Jadot

Lighting adornment /Parure lumineuse
Metal, medical resin band, car headlight, hookahs, wooden balls and Indian bracelets
79 x 87 cm
Unique piece signed by the artist


The name Gilga, comes from Gilgamesh and its epic tale, the earliest literary work known to us, dating from the 18th century BCE. The Epic of Gilgamesh is the story of the King of Uruk, one of the city-states of Mesopotamia. It is considered to be one of the first stories dealing with transhumanism and the quest for immortality.




About the artist

Lionel Jadot

Born in Brussels in 1969, Lionel Jadot is an interior designer, artist, designer, filmmaker, adventurer. But all at once, preferably. Lionel […]

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