Abysse // 150x150 // Unique piece
Rodolphe Barsikian throws in his art a
reflection on Human and his complex and obsessional relationship to time, to
life and to modernity. This allegorical
work is deeply and brutaly emotional, carrying the burden of a man searching
for meaning, mad with contradictions and disturbing emotions, all bigger than
Each work is unique, offering a window on a raw
yet profuse emotion.
It is both with power and complexity that he
addresses the relationship between himself and his time, a decidedly
technological era. Thus, using vectorial technology, Rodolphe’s work nests an
obsessive number of layers of destructured graphical material, providing for an
Having had a classical training, Rodolphe chose
to use numeric technology in the pursuit of dematerializing graphical (patterns),
the central and aesthetical theme of his art. If screen has replaced the
painter’s canvas, all of the shapes and patterns he uses in his work are
created by his hand.
His inspiration comes from nature, dead and
alive. Each line must be right. Each shape and pattern is a prelude to line-drawing.
Emotions flow from the strength and the profusion of organic material
destructuring to infinity.