I. MY ARTISTIC JOURNEY
A brief study shows the evolution of my artistic career.
Each stage is developed in the sub-sections accessible from the main menu of the site.
I : METAL:
I begin this journey by using various metals (iron, copper, brass) to capture subjects frozen in a fluid state of motion.
II : ELECTRONICS:
Next, the aesthetic art of using scraps of electro-mechanical industry parts to create sculpture designs.
III : DISC IMAGE:
Then, entry into the world of the real movement: During a manipulation with a speaker, I find that the dust is at the bottom of its cone follows the impulses of the sounds it makes. I develop the Hard IMAGES that move expressive elements to the beat of the music.
IV : RANDOM SCULPTURES :
Collaboration through Tinguely of random movements, or how starting with a regular mechanical movement can be obtained unpredictable movements, thus creating what the fundamental characteristic of a living and working this remarkable feature an aesthetic purpose.
V : THE FIRST PIANO TO DRAW :
By observing an element of mechanical product that my random movements I see describes oval , so one of the basic signs of the drawing . I imagine an instrument that would deliver all the basic signs of the drawing by tapping the keys on a keyboard. It would work in a graphical object much like a piano in a musical purpose. I call this Piano character generator to Draw. The adventure of the development of the first prototype lasted 20 years. I finally now have an instrument, the PIADESS, which fully realizes my idea. There is no other such instrument otherwise. A world of new experiences awaits me.
VI : KINETIC TABLES :
In parallel, and very incidentally, I studied the movement of illusion effects of the Vazarely technical uses in his paintings, a way to build with growth a still image that seems mobile. I feel that I am insufficiently innovative in this area.
VII. THE FLOW AND CHANGES
Dialogue with a powerful stream from the starting point of work, another way to tell a story.
I spend most of my time exploring the possibilities of how the radio could draw.
Incidentally, I mechanically create random movements to see in black light and static sculptures crossed by a stream.