« Je n’étais pas artiste, je le suis devenu », Jordane Saget a commencé par noircir les pages de carnets avec ses lignes avant de sortir dans les rues de Paris pour recouvrir les murs de ses arabesques. L’utilisation de la craie s’est imposée d’elle même, pour rassurer les gens, pour son côté éphémère et sa texture. Le métro a été une étape importante dans le parcours de l’artiste, les surfaces vierges laissées pendant la rénovation de stations ont offert une variété de supports et ont ainsi donné vie à des œuvres originales et uniques. Ses fresques interpellent, elles deviennent ornementales. Aucun tracée n’est jamais prédéfini, chaque fresque possède des courbes uniques et s’adapte à son espace, elle vie et évolue à travers le temps et l’interaction des gens. ” .
Jordane est un artiste contemporain, la rue est certes un lieu qu’il affectionne toutefois son travail s’exprime aussi sur des toiles, des objets, dans des lieux privés et pour certaines maisons. A ce jour, Jordane a collaboré avec L’Hotel Drouot, des particuliers, la maison Pierre Frey, l’hotel Renaissance République à la demande de Didier Gomez, l’Opéra Bastille, l’Orchestre de Paris / le Festival d’Automne, le Théâtre National de Chaillot, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac et le coq sportif et d’autres maisons et institutions qui pour des raisons de confidentialité désirent pour l’instant rester anonymes.
“I was not an artist, I became one. Jordane Saget began with black notebooks before going out in the streets of Paris to cover the walls of his arabesques. The use of chalk has imposed itself, to reassure people, for its ephemeral quality and texture. The metro was a milestone in the career of the artist, pristine areas left for the renovation of stations offered a variety of media and thus gave life to original and unique works. Frescoes challenge, they become ornamental. No drawing is never predetermined, each fresco has unique curves and adapts to its space. His work is lively because it evolves through time and the interaction of people. ”
Jordane is a contemporary artist, the city is certainly a place where he loves expressing himself and the chalk his brush however he does express himself in many different ways as well. He customises objects, does murals in private places, draws, paint on paper and on canvas too…. He has few limits, he needs to create.
His most recent commissioned work involved a lovely collaboration with fashion designer and artist Jean-Charles de Castelbajac for le coq sportif , a commissioned piece for the Hotel Drouot, the famous parisian auction house, a carpet for la maison Pierre Frey, some art work for the Hotel Renaissance Republique commissioned by Didier Gomez, a performance for the Opéra Bastille with Fubiz, some commissioned art work for l’Orchestre de Paris / le Festival d’Automne, the National Theatre de Chaillot, some murals for some private clients that do wish to remain anonymous among others requests that still need to remain confidential.
To find out more about Jordane Saget, you may visit his website: http://www.jordanesaget.com
Important diptych (separate) / The title of the work « The First » and differents aspects évoke David Bowie.
Starded in the biginning of december, 2015 – Ended on january 10th, 2016. The artist ignored the death of the musician at the same moment.
Besides the various symbols approached on this surprising bank note and hundred of drawings and comments with pastel, marker, pencil… Sebastien Dominici reiterates the prowess and the technical effects : the 3 mm of distance between the stata of resin, watermark effect according to the light and the movement of the spectator, the fingerprints around the sheep, resin stains with color and spangles, stencil, graff….
S.Dominici revisits brilliantly the wave of Hokusai. Several interpretations are possible. In particular the environmental approach. The work of details is impressive.
Sebastien Dominici was born in 1978. He lives and work in between Bastia and Paris. Known for his customizations of the surfboards of the mark JVB Surfboards, he is the creator of the Wall Ride Art, the art which rides walls. In the same movement as the practice of the skateboard and the surfing, its creation on canvas and other supports raises him in its own freedom.
Carried by the emotion of real-life moments and the esthetic codes of the underground culture, its meticulous graphic act, dynamic and incisive, allied to an energetic chromaticism, organizes circuits of symbolic interactions.
By a lucid, elaborate and powerful message, he denounces the hyper consumption power(s). He confers them human freedom and emancipation. The story fed by a mixed technique (pastel, marker, spray paint, pencil, paint, transfer ..) plays on several plans (with, by moment, 3D effects). Eventually, thanks to different strata of resin, which gives all its reach to this contemporary work of a big wealth.
Sébastien has customized some surfboards for Edouard Delpero, Thibault Dussarat,
Pierre Rollet, David Latastere, Justin Becret, Oli Buergin & Jean-Valère Bordenave, founder, shaper @JVB Surfboards.
Kinsey just finished this killer project for ART of CRAFT and The Keep A Breast Foundation who he has worked with for over 14 years. To support the cause you may click on this link: http://artofcraft.com