Joëlle Cabanne FIELDSLike a yoga of the hand and the mind: controlling the gesture to let goWith the influences of... Read More
Joëlle Cabanne FIELDS
Like a yoga of the hand and the mind: controlling the gesture to let go
With the influences of the Abstract Expressionist School of New York, one recognises the transcription of the spirit by the colour, in melted and diluted flat tints, as with Mark Rothko, where the borders are dissolved, the colours are receptacles for meditation. In an almost shamanic automatism, like Jackson Pollock, Joëlle Cabanne expresses herself through colour, through a series of drawings; a creative cycle that is interrupted and resumed a few hours or days later. Blue, omnipresent. The blue of a reflection of ice, of a pure sky, of a ground swell. That of Nature, the grandiose Nature. That of the Swiss Alpine naturalists. That of Ferdinand Hodler, whose lakes and mountain panoramas, with their unceasing abstraction, resonate in Joëlle's work, like a genetic heritage. FIELDS is all this. But it is also what everyone wants to see: the artist as a transmitter of emotion, a messenger of the Sublime who opens the doors of our sensitivity via her works and lets us find deep inside ourselves what we are, what we experience in front of Art, in front of Nature.
The installation is composed by 162 pieces Ink on Paper 17 x 24 cm all are numbered. the global dimensions are 500cm by 161 cm