In the basin of an old embarcadero on the edge of the lake, Isaac Cordal’s twenty sculptures look like a group of leaders discussing the measures they should take to combat global warming. Beyond the polemical aspect, the work is commanding due to its relationship to nature and time, which it embodies to the point of absurdity.

Isaac Cordal studied at the sculpture and fine arts school in Pontevedra (Spain), then in London, where he earned a master’s in digital art at the University of the Arts. He exhibits all over the world.


PlaceLac d'Annecy / Parc Charles BossonOpen the map