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Daniel Dewar and Grégory Gicquel, winners of the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2012, are taking over Espace 315 in the Centre Pompidou. Drawing inspiration from the very substance of their works, in the space/time continuum of the process and the method, Daniel Dewar and Grégory Gicquel force meetings between subjects and materials. Here, a monumental hand-knotted tapestry, there several assemblages of pieces of pouzzolane –volcanic rock that the two artists have subjected to heat to bring about alterations of state, form and texture .Once again in their work, the creative process of the piece is just as important as the work itself. We talk to the artists.