The installation consists of a hanging sculpture (the brain-intestine) and a video projection and is part of my ex-voto cycle.Looking... Read More
The installation consists of a hanging sculpture (the brain-intestine) and a video projection and is part of my ex-voto cycle.
Looking at the sculpture, which was born from CAD modeling and produced in 3D printing, I wondered what mysteries that three-dimensional shape contained. So I proceeded to a "surgical" exploration, so to speak, practicing a sort of dynamic CT scan of the brain The result was a dream journey into a becoming of enigmatic ancestral forms. They follow one another, one consequence of the other in a generative process.
It is as if those arcane forms already existed in empty space, invisible, and my gesture of modeling the sculpture had captured them and then returned them visible and tangible. An x-ray machine to catch dreams? A memory trap?
The process of the Brain Drain series continues through the materialization of the forograms that make up the animation. I proceed with the extrapolation of some of them and reproduce them in the form of bas-reliefs that constitute a narrative through remotely anthropomorphic tag forms.
As an artist, I find myself working in that design and creative area that lies in the middle between virtual and real, this interests me and stimulates me more than choosing to stay on one side or the other.
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