The MIXITIES series is all about imaginary townships, factories, harbours, islands, made of odds and ends, symptoms of an uncontroled urbanization, which question
the place that take (or grant themselves?) humans in nature.
Halfway between figurative and abstract art, I try to find poetry and harmony, where you don’t expect it. Are these new uncontrolled, unreasonable, exponentially drifting
spaces not also objects of poetry?
To illustrate these questions, I sometimes like to recycle and divert raw materials: newspapers, collages, metals, fabrics (…) blur the codes of traditional painting and
invite the viewer to wonder what he is really looking at : painting or construction?
Reality or imaginary? Horizon or depth? Dimension or perspective?
These original material effects cause a new, original look, bordering on reality, on our environment and our condition. A new universe where everyone can write his own
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What if beauty could also be seen under a microscope? Invisible, untouchable, organic, moving ... Here is the Emo series, which takes its name from the enamelled aspect that the epoxy resin gives on the canvas. Here, autonomous, living materials make their biological path on the support before being frozen in the shiny magnifying glass of the epoxy.