LIVES AND WORKS
LIVES AND WORKS
Enghien les Bains
DATE OF BIRTH
Passionate about plastic creation (painting, sculpture, making clothes ...), I joined at the age of 14 studies of applied art in Paris. Then I study jewelry at the Boulle School. After my diploma in 2011, I created a series of sculptures worn in jewelry on the theme of women.
I then explore art from various angles, from photography to installation in workshops.
At the same time, I train and practice in very divergent disciplines: diamonds, shiatsu, herbalism, which gradually lead me to discover new scientific fields such as epigenetics, neurosciences, semantics ...
In 2017 I invest in a large workshop in Dordogne which finally allows me to devote myself exclusively to art. I explore new plastic paths, drawing on my different experiences; professional, travel as well as personal, having left some scars.
This research, as much pictorial as sculptural, uses different materials and techniques, modern or ancestral (plexiglass, metal, weaving, sewing, engraving…).
After taking a step back from my work, I resolved to develop one of these projects, until I was completely satisfied with the expression of the ideas that I wanted to convey.
All my paintings are taken from a reflection on humanity and the way to build a perennial and caring world, both socially and ecologically since we cannot remove humans from their environment, the well-being of one being inexorably linked to the well-being of the other.
Readings in the humanities and social sciences, in particular on benevolent education and the neurosciences (Catherine Gueguen, Stanislas Dehaene ...) as well as on epigenetics (notably on the work of Jamie Hackett) have fueled this reflection.
From there was born this character made of triangles and ellipsoid, symbolizing the idea that by creating a stable base, we tend towards a stable world (the study "Impact in Europe of the prohibition of corporal punishment", of Kaï-D. Bussmann, Claudia Erthal and Andreas Schrot, published in 2012 in the review "Deviance and society" illustrates this idea wonderfully).
The triangle, the most stable geometric form, and the ellipsoid formed by points evoking a constellation refer both to the creation of a stable base and to the human complexity accentuated by the influence of epigenetics.
I then work on each canvas both as a pictorial composition, through the desired visual balance, and semantics, through the choice of colors, positions, themes ...
WHO I AM
I am an utopist who workes everyday to have my dreams come true
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