"Palette n°1", piece of dried acrylic from a mixing plate and acrylic on paper, 42 x 28 cm "Palette n°2", piece of dried acrylic from a mixing plate and acrylic on paper, 42 x 28 cm. "Palette n°3", piece of dried acrylic from a mixing plate and acrylic on paper, 21 x 14 cm. "Palette n°4", piece of dried acrylic from a mixing plate and acrylic on paper, 21 x 14 cm. "Reflection", pieces of dried acrylic from a mixing plate and acrylic on paper 21 x 14 cm.

The extract of a painting panel, and a copy of it.

A palette is part of the preparation of an art work and it’s also a rest. It’s something we never look at, and that we would never commonly call « painting» in itself. By copying, Camille Mojon creates automatically a confusion in between what is original and what isn’t.  Originals and doubles leads to several questions, is one more «authentic » than the other and why? And in the end what really defines « Painting » ?