Tuesday, 29 January 2013
Work from her oeuvre.
“For the works of Claire-Jeanne Jézéquel, we are in painting and sculpture, sculpture and architecture. “It is never in the landscape that we contemplate, “as they make their sculptures into account the illusion of painting. They are drawings coming out of the wall, a horizon to imaginary spaces, and make us towards a systematic awareness body and space, while upsetting our perception of places. The landscape is addressed to the eye, it is a mental image, the where we perceive the extent of a space which otherwise is not measurable. Claire-Jeanne Jézéquel always uses simple materials and easily identifiable. The cons-plated flexible use since 1998 has been neglected for materials such as aluminum smelting, inaugurated in 2002 for his exhibition at the Galerie Fernand Léger and the Biennale d’Enghien-les-Bains, more recently chipboard associated with painting. Boards are like chipboard torn and covered with a painting bodybuilder, contrasting with broken edges remain raw. Here and there, it settles on the painted surface of “puddles” of paintings.” – Jean-Marc Réol, catalogue for Nice to meet You, MAMAC Nice,
(translated via Google Translate)