A singular visual artist, Patrick di Meglio accumulates hundreds of stork, seagull, buzzard, gull, woodcock and peacock feathers for his large-format works. He strips them bare, delicately stripping off the beards and barbules, burning the down and leaving only the perfectly polished rachis. Playing on the contrast between the velvety and the sharp, this disconcerting material traces out a new calligraphy in space, which the artist sometimes underlines with slate, metal or wood, composing symphonies with low, serene or joyful notes, but always original.