"Les Cerveaux features piles of books and sheets of papers, both Antoine’s own and those collected over the years from his parents and grandparents. Every leaf represents an individual memory, a single layer in a multifaceted life, and each connective element is a link between those two memories; taken together, they form a complete system. In French, les cerveaux means “the brains.” Different elements are integrated into or positioned around each pile, including the aforementioned black ball, various geometric curiosities, keys, human hands and torsos, sand, sediment, and rocks. Some are classical symbols while others are fashioned by Antoine in service of his own order of meaning, which sometimes extends to encompass subtle social commentary. All of his choices make room for the telling of a thousand stories. "