Colour(s)

This project is divided into three parts, all focused on the theme of color.

Photography

The first part focuses on the lights of the city at night and analyses the influence they exert on us. Silent poetry hides behind the practical use of architectural elements such as lamps, walls, windows and doors. This series of photographs, taken in different cities of Europe, plays with this poetry, changing the classical sense of architecture to create new stories and focus on its chromatic impact.

City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018
City of Lights
City of Lights – 2018

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Digital Art

The second part is based on photographs of natural color gradients (sky, sunrise, etc.), then undergoes digital processing to modify the direction of the gradient (from linear to angulated). Printed on Alu DiBond in different shapes (round, triangle, square), these shapes can be combined and turned by the observer, to create a dynamic work that reproduces natural cycles. A project is underway to create a facility that will rotate these panels automatically, according to natural rhythms.

Gradients
Gradients – 2018
Gradients
Gradients – 2018
Gradients
Gradients – 2018
Gradients
Gradients – 2018
Gradients
Gradients – 2018
Gradients
Gradients installation – 2018
Gradients
Gradients installation – 2018

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Woodcut + Film Photography

Entirely handmade in the darkroom by myself, this series is at the crossroads of woodcut and analog photography. Chaotic patterns of different colours are superimposed on photo paper. Depending of the wanted result, development is only done in specific places using an engraved wood plaque or using screens. The chaos is balanced by the geometric forms, where our mind and eyes can focus and take a break. This technique is the result of hours of research and experimentation and has never been done before!

Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018
Woodcut
Woodcut – 2018

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