Alain Barthélémy‘s work is composed of texts, objects, and media which take part of a program one could qualify as anthropo-fictional. His production most often brings to the surface missing narratives, origins and context of the objects being left to the unknown. His material is, in that sense, as much the multiplicity of the untold stories as the physical existence of his installations. Untold, but yet rooted in a speculative anthropology, which would go beyond its original subject of the anthropos, to include an extended network of beings, from the machine to the animal through the invisible and the unspeakable.