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Méditerranée Sculpture

martin luc

France

Sculpture, Metal on Steel

Size: 16 W x 7.9 H x 0.4 D in

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I've been a self-taught painter for 15 years, focusing mainly on lyrical abstraction, surface support, polymer-based mediums, spray paint and pure pigment. Working with materials on different supports is a constant process. For me, art is above all a political process, a questioning of our ever-changing society. After working as a painter, I found the right expression of contemporary concerns through a 3D medium: sculpture. Confusion in my brain, the turn of the century, a surge of disorder, fields of ruins before a new era. The war in Ukraine, the Azovtal factory and the desire to work with steel. The Mediterranean as a field of ruins, an open-air cemetery with all the migrants drowning in lost crossings. Each empty space or lack of material is an amputation, a lost body that defines chaos and forms a rhizome, a new sea. Luc

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Sculpture:Metal on Steel

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Size:16 W x 7.9 H x 0.4 D in

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Self-taught painter for 15 years, mainly in lyrical abstraction, surface support, polymer-based medium work, spray paint, pure pigment, working with matter on different supports is a constant path. For me, art is above all a political process, a questioning of our ever-changing society. After working as a painter, I found the right expression for contemporary concerns through a 3D medium: sculpture. Confusion in my brain, the turn of the century, the outpouring of disorder, fields of ruin before a new era. The war in Ukraine, the Azovtal factory and the desire to work with steel. Each empty space or lack of material is an amputation that defines chaos, but also forms a rhizome. Luc Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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