N 46 ° 54’ / E 6 ° 34' reinterprets the classical notion of a Readymade. In the manner of Duchamp, we let the viewer see a familiar, seemingly worthless object in a new context. The New Readymade must be desirable, question the initial object and add a value though this switching of contexts. Through a change in materiality the chestnut branches obtain a new lecture and thereby a new value. These fragile chestnut branches, found in Fleurier, in the region of Val-de-Travers, Switzerland were transformed by a traditional craftsman Gilles Petit into a completely different material - bronze. Through the passage of time, the patina changes and lets the object age gracefully. Once mounted on the wall, these branches – natural readymades, become poetic coat racks.