I consider my work as abstract, three dimensional, technical, sometimes mathematical and place it in the category of geometric abstraction.
When I create assemblies to be hung on the wall I try to add as much as depth in it as possible, to play with shades and add a light reflection game through a hidden coloured surface. A good example is my 3D assembly titled "Secret Yellow" from September 2013:
In horizontal assemblies I try to realize a maximum of interesting perspectives.
A game of shades can also play an important role like in this artwork tittled
"Green Towers (in a deep blue sea)" :
I like to alternate in creation, "loaded" art pieces which are often complicated technically by more minimalistic, pure and simpel pieces. Creating artwork with a minimum of forms and colours is often the most difficult to realize. Here are two examples from my collection:
"3 Mâts", 09 2013.
"Triple Black", 07 2013.
Where does my inspiration come from?
In my case it comes for about 80% from spontanious creation and for 20% from dreams during the night. The night visions are written down in a small notebook for later use. Most of the time I play around with different shapes of differents dimensions that I place on a surface. I continue "composing" until I find the right composition. Sometimes I create such weird and complex combinations that I need to take a picture of it in order to make it reproducible.
In this video I assemble an artwork after the paint and varnish has dried out: