My work aims to put into perspective and to materialise the sensitive effects of code and data in practice and in representation.
To cope with today’s the sudden burst of information, we are witnessing a new fondness for graphic technologies which visualise all types of data flow and which aim to shed a new light on world affairs.
All these tools that manipulate material information remind us of those first artistic experiments carried out between the 1960s and the 1980s, notably artists such as Jasia Reichardt, John Whitney, Lilian Schwarz, Dick Higgins, Kenneth Knowlton, Georg Nees, Frieder Nake Manfred Mohr, Vera Molnar …
My creations are based on their work, but without being assimilated. For over 30 years, I have probed and experimented with the impact of time on our senses, on the ways of writing or drawing and on our relationships with computational and graphic machines.
To pay attention to this matter, is to confirm an art concept of standard play and which exceeds in voluntarily producing almost nothing on the scale of a world worked by digitization.