Stanley Février explores human dramas, the questions and issues raised by overconsumption and the impact it has on the relationships we have with others, ourselves and our environment. His work comes stems from the media and his personal life and takes the form of photo-scans, photography, installations, and sculptures.
1927 is a reflection upon security in schools, mostly in the United States. Despite a complex system of video surveillance installed in schools and big cities around the globe, armed individuals continue to commit mass murders. This Installation symbolises the Bath Consolidated School event that took place May 18th 1927. The perpetuator, Andrew Kehoe, was protesting against a new kind of tax, hiding dozens of kilos of dynamite in the school, murdering his wife and then blowing up the building, killing 45 people and injuring 58.