Saturday, 25 February 2012
Work from his oeuvre.
“I have a recurring attraction to architecture, furniture exhibition, the objects may be poor as sculptures involuntary. With the materials recovered or derived from the world of DIY, I create sculptures low-tech resulting from a chain of connections formal and simple gestures. They are usually accompanied by images that repeat, prolong them, or connect the shift to time throughout history. By mixing my own achievements and items recovered my images to images collected (taken from the infinite iconographic now available to us) I like a bit much to devalue the authorship. The exposure devices which I tend to consist of fairly basic pieces of works that I use to rearrange the space. I must admit that I struggle to make room (independent self) and what interests me is just as relations between the sculptures (and images) that the sculptures themselves. The latter, often re-interpreted, provide an inventory of spare parts in which I draw to build a territory. I like the idea that art can be done with different tools as a laptop or a saw Jig.” – Josue Rauscher translated via Google Translate.