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DomKcollage Kerkhove

France

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Torn posters (from Paris) glued together on canvas. Collage made from distressed posters collected in Paris between 2013 and 2015 (France) - MadeReady2015 - Ce collage est un cri fait de mots brisés entourant un cri "coexister" ! Faute de terre en friche, d'île déserte ou de territoire vierge à habiter, plus rien ne sépare aujourd'hui les hommes. Nous sommes donc tous voisins. Figure actuelle de l'altérité, le voisin n'est pas l'ami. On accueille l'ami chez soi tandis que l'on aborde le voisin sur le pas de sa porte. Le voisin n'est pas non plus le prochain, mais il l'a supplanté dans nos sociétés sécularisées. Il peut même devenir l'ennemi : au mieux, il n'inspire que froide indifférence, au pire, il suscite le déchaînement de la plus extrême violence. Le voisinage est un lien par le lieu. Nous ne nous comportons pas de la même manière selon que nous avons affaire à un voisin d'en face, un voisin d'à côté, un voisin d'en haut ou un voisin d'en bas. Savoir comment vivre et interagir avec son voisin sans tomber dans les pièges ravageurs du face-à-face constitue le principal défi d'une éthique du voisinage nécessaire dans une société de masse où, serrés les uns contre les autres, nous devons trouver le moyen de coexister.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:9 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:14.25 W x 17.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Kerkhove Dominique, alias DomKcollage, European citizen, seeks on the walls of the cities what makes his raw material: the poster. Ecologically realistic, he uses what already exists to transform it. He creates unique "MadeReady" (or collages) from torn posters. He appropriates them and breathes a new destiny into an ephemeral urban creation to make it a contemporary work inscribed in time. Freed from the shackles of a specific doctrine, he nevertheless recognizes a technical proximity used by certain artists: Villéglé, Rotella for the appropriation of posters, Dufresnes for the exploitation of the underside of the poster, Pollock and his "All Over" technique. or even Vostell for its "take-off" philosophy. Recently he added printing ink to his MadeReady. Use of the acronym # as a disruptive decorative element in the composition of his collages. Since 2015, Kerkhove Dominique alias DomKcollage lives and works between Dunkirk, Paris and Tel Aviv.

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