I elaborated a specific technic, partly born from my experience in graphics, between painting and printing. The effect of printed... Read More
I elaborated a specific technic, partly born from my experience in graphics, between painting and printing. The effect of printed image, obtained by using templates and application of paint with a roller, particularly calls to mind techniques of printing like lithography or linotype.
Each image results from its construction and deconstruction in several stages. It is a translation effect of various pictorial spaces into a new space, based on intuitive perspective.
This technique comes from my searching of the boundary between the unique and the multiple, which corresponds to the basic difference between painting and engraving.
In this work I focus in particular on the representation of cubes, or rather fragments of imaginary architecture, evoking corridors and passages.
Transparent and light, these objects float in an undefined space. They are open, spacious, empty, pierced. Crossed by air and light, they allude to movement, circulation, transition, inspiration and expiration. There is no longer a border between open and closed space, light and shadow, inside and outside, full and empty. These are mental constructions that invite to the communication, contact and dialog.
The same search led me to experiment with objects in volume, cut into thin planks of wood, halfway between painting and sculpture.