- Logo, logotype
- Music sleeve
- Poster, ad
- film 24x36, 35mm
- Large format film
- Medium format film
- Mobile phone
- Montage, retouching
- Polaroid, instant film
- Edifice/Pier, pontoon
- Element/Ruin, wilderness, abandoned
- Place/Garden, park
- Place/Restaurant, coffee, bar
- Place/Shop, market
- Street/Graffiti, fresco, tag, street ar
- Urban/City, skyline
- Urban/Harbour, lighthouse
- Public gathering
- Animal/Aquatic life
- Animal/Reptile, amphibian
- Landscape/Waterscape, lake, river
- Vegetal/Flower, plant
- Vegetal/Fruit, vegetable
- Vegetal/Tree, forest
- Fashion accessories
- Furnishing/Pot, vase
- Still life
- Body/Chest, belly, back
- Body/Foot, leg
- Body/Hand, arm
- Body/Head, eye, lips
- Body/Sex, buttock
- Character/Doll, figure
- Everyday/City life
- Everyday/Family, couple
- Everyday/Social, humanistic
- Infant, children
- Infant, children/Boy
- Infant, children/Girl
- Self-portrait, selfie
- Self-portrait, selfie/Female
- Self-portrait, selfie/Male
Do you went to an art school or self-taught?
What do you like in this art, your motivation?
Find the magic, the light, in everyday life.
What do you want to express or arouse in those who watch your work?
The sense of wonder.
What are your favourite subject(s)?
Abstract, mist,fog,clouds, glyphs, hidden signs, shadows and silhouettes. Mostly, everything that is able to suggest instead of showing.
How do you prepare a creation or project work?
No preparation at all is the rule.
What are your most representative creations, and why? (links)
(scratching the back of my head) Quite hard to choose coz they are like kids... Here we go; let's say: A night in Kyoto, Evanescence, Impressionist mist, Hope, The light, you and me, Shadows forest, The smile of your shadow, Ghosts life, Running like the wind, Reflections - 4, Happy shadows... Because of the light and they suggest more than they show. Because they were totally unexpected and more beautiful than I could even expect. As if unfolding my soul. And also because I love to make art from a priori uninteresting everyday life scenes. Like this one : - You light up my house. It's blurred, grainy because of the low light. But eventually, it gave that picture that everyone can interpret according to their feelings. It's possible to see anything. But who could guess I took it in a mall, just before closing time. There was someone at the first floor. I shooted. As they dimmed the lights, there is that noise and blurring through camera shake.
What are you trying to share via your art?
Smiles ! :)
Who are artists that fascinate or give you inspiration? (links)
- Kumi Yamashita (kumiyamashita.com/light-shadow)
What equipment and/or technic do you use?
Old mobile phones and outdated cameras.
How and why your work as changed since you started?
I learnt to find my DNA and it changed the day I had no fear anymore to show it.
What does the Internet media give you?
Freedom and a big window !
What are you expecting from Art Limited and/or other members?
Being amazed by such talented artists, exhibiting my artworks as a prelude for IRL exhibitions.
What was the best advice given to you as an artist?
A friend of mine told me some years ago: "Create out of the box, never go below your own standard to please anyone and you'll be recognized as an artist, not only in your own country".
If you couldn’t be an artist, what would you do?
I wouldn't be.
What are your plans in the future?
Exhibit my artworks, sell it and also become a famous writer. It's exciting and scaring at the same time...
Do you have anything else to say?
- Thank you for giving us the opportunity to share our artwork. Can I ask you guys something ? - Of course ! Feel free ! - Ok. J'aimerai savoir pourquoi on a causé british tout du long de cette interview ? C'est sympathique, mais on est en France tout de même... - Bah... en fait, j'en sais trop rien. (baisse la voix) Pis j'sais pas si j'ai droit d'en parler surtout. A not' époque, c'est devenu vraiment compliqué la com ! - Ouais... J'me doute. C'est partout pareil. Tiens, si j'vous parlais d'mon beau-frère qui bosse dans les tracteurs, pas plus tard qu'hier, il s'est... - Mais et vous; pourquoi vous m'avez répondu dans la langue d'Aretha ? - (soupir) Ben quand je suis entré dans le formulaire, tout était écrit en british. J'ai pas voulu faire d'histoires... [to be continued]