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In the beginning, I start with a circle. A simple line that closes on itself. A cell that divides itself again and again. I trace boundaries and territories. Their function can be ambiguous. They sometimes fade away and become implicit. Some points can be singular. Indeterminate, they are leaved to our free will.
I solve.
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JeanLuc Feugeas

France

Painting, Acrylic on Paper

Size: 16.1 W x 13 H x 0.1 D in

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In the beginning, I start with a circle. A simple line that closes on itself. A cell that divides itself again and again. I trace boundaries and territories. Their function can be ambiguous. They sometimes fade away and become implicit. Some points can be singular. Indeterminate, they are leaved to our free will. I solve.

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Painting:Acrylic on Paper

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Size:16.1 W x 13 H x 0.1 D in

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“As the saying goes, you have to learn the rules in order to break them. For Jean-Luc Feugeas, a French painter with a PhD in mathematics who now works as a university researcher in theoretical physics, the rules of perspective and the principles of geometry ebb and flow on the canvas, bending to the artist’s intuition. The results are fragmentary, colorful compositions wherein figures coalesce with their surroundings. Slouching and sprawled across furniture, or pensively caving inward onto themselves, the figures in Jean-Luc’s works come alive in their movements, seemingly conscious of the illogical spaces that contain them. Addressing themes such as relationships, longing, and migration, these formally fragmented spaces become metaphors for the social and political spaces that we, the viewers, navigate everyday. Jean-Luc’s work has been collected internationally, with works held in private collections throughout North America, Europe, and East Asia. He has exhibited around the world, with his most recent exhibition at Frogman Gallery in Beijing. He has also been commissioned for numerous public mural projects, including the 2019 mural Un Sauvage on the occasion of Muralis, the Festival of Urban Art in Dax, France.” Saatchi Art – One to watch Bethany Finchercurator at Saatchi Art

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