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Cédric UrbaniakL'évasion du même

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150 W x 50 H cm
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It is a collage made from samples (sometimes the size of a nail) taken from European books and magazines such as National Geographic, Geo, Terres Sauvages, London Review Illustrated, etc. The nature of the samples is essentially a matter of natural expression - tormented rock surfaces, foliage, cork oak trunks, anything that can make a graphic storm.

The title underlines the narrative, almost epic aspect of the composition; its long "landscape" format can, for example, evoke the unfolding of the Bayeux tapestry.

Gluing glued on canvas frame.

Cédric Urbaniak
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  • KAZoART artist since 2019
  • 38 works

After a course in Art History and Modern Letters, I spent 12 years on the roads, a backpack, a tent for a palace. But I lived mainly in the woods, mountain ranges, steppes, etc., in Norway, Finland, Mongolia, Chilean and Argentine Patagonia, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, Southwest China, Alaska and Canada, Indonesia and Ladakh (Indian Himalayas). While immersed in these different natural environments, I was more and more sensitive to the richness of the textures of mud, rocks, bark, etc., and in general, to the ability of the material to reinvent its incarnations. In addition to the teachings that come from living outside the circle of one's birth, it is through daily contact with this multiplicity of biotopes and these elementary forces that I have been tempted to summon them to surfaces. Exercises of celebration of matter, perhaps these collages are only vain but irrepressible attempts to express a certain religiosity - in the sense of religare, which links (cf. Hölderlin : "Aren't all the living of your family?") - and that these worlds haunted by the manifestations of the world are their magmatic transposition vomited by the desire to still enjoy the wealth of the living.

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