MDY_NELSON is one of my favourite pieces from the Resonance series so far. Not only the abstraction reinforces the moody atmosphere of Melody Nelson, but the alternating lines remind the bursts of genius of his creator. Painted on a transparent square of acrylic, the deepness and shadows give another spark of life to the work.... Continue Reading →
To start from the beginning (or from my beginning), I virtually met Louisa Elderton last Friday when I visited the show 'In What's Missing Is Where The Love Has Gone' by Christopher Petit. Not judging, but the misuse of Capitals like only crappy papers and attention freaks do is never a great sign. And when I... Continue Reading →
Finally, I had my quiet(ish) day. Not that I always like them, I'd rather run around like a mad man and do stuff, but sometimes I guess it's ok to calm down a bit. So I spent the whole day in my studio, working on the project I can't (don't want to yet) talk about.... Continue Reading →
As everybody most people artists we know, Pictoplasma has been around for a few years now, and there is no need to introduce it. Or is there? http://pictoplasma.com The thing is, after the heavy brainstorm at the b.a.i. last Thursday, I had other things in mind. Like finding the perfect location for my next piece. And... Continue Reading →
If a picture speaks 1000 words, then here is 12000 words. Not a single one more. (Meaning I will shut up. Starting now.) And here it is! And if you didn't noticed what it's inspired from... Want to see the video of the making of? Click here That's all, folks!
Today has been one of those days. You've hardly slept because the idea that came to you the night before was haunting you, so you get up early, have a coffee, double check that your idea is still worth working on it (yes, I guess), and then wait hours until the first shop selling the... Continue Reading →
Usually, a busy week end in Berlin involved clubbing, drinking, and many other things to enjoy when you're single - or pretend to be. In my case, the last few days have been a bit different, including mainly visiting galleries and project spaces, and finally achieving my first piece ever made in Berlin (yeah!). #1... Continue Reading →
I can hardly believe that my plane landed in Berlin only 9 days ago. You certainly know the feeling, when time becomes irrelevant, when you can't be sure if you've been here forever or if you just arrived. The CitySkins projects is packed up - I am now looking forward to the inauguration -, my... Continue Reading →