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Christophe MoulinierTitans

Emerging artist
One of a kind work
50 W x 65 H cm
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Pencil drawing
One of a kind work
50 W x 65 H cm
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Titans is a drawing about perception. Species that have been extinct for millions of years fascinate us. Certainly because they remind us that even the titans who walked our planet have become dust. Yet while our eyes are riveted on these giants, life is slowly disappearing at our feet. These life forms, however small, teach us that sometimes the most crucial things are made up of almost imperceptible details. For the artist, Titans is also an expression of tree-like thinking, the accumulation of information and the links that are woven leading to considerable reasoning, the excess of which sometimes leads to a feeling of anxiety and saturation of ideas, the smallest point of detail supporting a large-scale analysis. Titans is one of the nine drawings in the 6VILISATION series, whose common thread is the sixth mass extinction (Holocene), which the artist uses to evoke his reflections on existence, both his own and that of our species. The animals represented here belong to the groups of insects, arachnids, gastropods, myriapods...

The drawing is made with a black technical felt pen on a white 160g/m² paper, which darkens a little with time and light, reminding us of its vegetal origin.

It is sold framed: a wooden frame (oak) purified and contemporary of a width of 19mm.

Christophe Moulinier
Emerging artist
  • KAZoART artist since 2021
  • 8 works

From birth in the south of France to an assertive artistic practice, the course took shape through studies in the fields of architecture, graphics and cinema then borrowed for a few years the professional path of visual merchandising, shaping thus appreciably at the same time the eye, the spirit and the hand. The latter was then driven by the fascination of the living and the quest for meaning to put on paper the graphic expression of a divergent thought eager for philosophical questioning.

A search for balance in duality through the meanders of reflection, connecting reason to instinct and discreetly the viewer to the artist.

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