Clay always brings me back to drawing like drawing always brings me back to clay. Unless I try to draw in space with clay.
Obsessed by lines, fold, volume, open-cut surface, empty space, I constantly refer to architecture in my work. Through my sculptures, I am leading a quest for movement in motionless. I am trying to integrate clay in a deployment, a tectonic dimension, a rhythm.
My approach questions the relationship that the sculpture has with the interior space it contains, a place where empty space can act. My works also developp a link with the surrounding space. In each of my creations, I try to establish a dialogue between form and light, shape and color. My idea is to create a sort of vibration around lines and volumes. In the affirmation of a plastic presence for me light is a full and essential material, as important as clay.
Ceramist, born in 1969
Lives and works in Saint-Mesmin, France
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