Wednesday, April 29, 2020 from 5 to 6 p.m.

Videoconference

Listen
to see

organizer

Carré Sur Seine

Guest artists

multidisciplinary

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 - 5:00 p.m.

Videoconference

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organizer

Carré Sur Seine

Guest artists

multidisciplinary

description

CARRE SUR SEINE's first objective is to stimulate art in the west of Paris. Thus, it launchedassociation the LISTEN TO SEE cycle to make the voice of those whose creations amaze us heard, to raise public awareness of contemporary art and encourage the emergence of new collectors.

An opportunity to present artistic works in an original way, to unravel the secrets of an artist's approach, to question the elements of a work.
Don't miss the next meeting in VisioConference on Zoom: Wednesday, April 29th from 5 to 6 pm.

To attend the conference, which is open to all, simply click from your computer on this link Zoom which will allow you to set it up, enter the virtual conference space, and find us.

For those who will need it, here is the ID and password:
Meeting ID: 873 1517 0426
Password : 900419

Privileged encounters made of artists' confidences, viewing works in the intimacy and magic of a projection room. The artists report on their work, in turn, telling you about their universe, their journey and their approach. Questions and debates close the presentation.

All artistic disciplines are addressed, from painting to video, sculpture, installations or photography. A great opportunity for artistic investigation, real moments of sharing and dialogue between artists, collectors and members of CARRÉ SUR SEINE !

Two artists in the spotlight this Wednesday, April 29, 2020:

Angèle Guerre - plastic surgeon
Morvarid K. - plastic surgeon

  • Angèle Guerre

Angèle Guerre questions the memory of textures and motif, rhythm, pulsation, repetition. She thus lets her compositions create themselves, through a slow phase shift.
Whatever happens, a drawing is going to take time, and this time is not only precious but necessary. It is a geological time. It is the time the world needed to shape itself. Acceleration today is everywhere, omnipotent.

The drawing thus remains an act in reaction, the reproduction of an ancient gesture...
The tools are the consequence of this slowness: rotring, incisions with a scalpel or on leather, work with a pen, calligraphy marker. These instruments have an impact on the work due to the narrowness of their imprints. So, in order for these marks to become striking, she accumulates them, merges them, weaves them and embroiders them on paper. By densifying them, they become skin and texture. In her drawings, nothing is true. No perspective, no horizon exists, and yet they are composed of lived landscapes.

  • Morvarid K.

In our society, marks of imperfection are avoided. Imperfections and age marks are removed with plastic surgery. Perfection is an absolute must.

This eternal mentality prevails in the world of contemporary photography.
Printed photographs must be impeccable, timeless, stand the test of time, always perfect.
What a touching absurdity, wanting to keep everything still and eternal when nothing in the world is eternal. Constant change, perpetual transformation, incessant evolution, are the backbone of our lives.

In the philosophy and practice of Kintsugi (Japan), instead of throwing away the broken pieces of a broken pot; the fragments are mended with gold lacquer. Celebrating perfection through imperfection, beauty and poetry in scars.

Ecotone is a series of 27 photographic collages, borrowing the ancestral technique of Kintsugi from Japanese craftsmen to make peace with imperfection and the passage of time.

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Some Works by Guest Artists