Morgan Bisoux, a hyperrealist painter living in Belgium, fell in love with drawing at a very young age and perfected her skills in this medium while studying at La Cambre and Saint Luc E.S.A.
The fluidity of oil painting then came to complete her gesture and become the heart of her approach with a particular attention paid to intense colors and brilliance. She develops her talents while being nourished by the cultural life through numerous trips, mainly to the USA and Italy. There, she enriched her practice through contact with Renaissance art and American pop culture.
Having grown up in the heart of the 90's with the digital revolution, she has witnessed wars, genocides, natural and human disasters. It is in these paradoxes of ancient and modern, hope and disillusionment, that Morgan Bisoux draws inspiration for her painting. Her works, and in particular her portraits, are part of an ideal and project a new mythology.
Sensitive to the environment, she devotes a series to the representation of empty gold cans crushed in different ways. This waste, highlighted to the point of being the painted subjects of her AFTERPARTY collection, questions our daily consumption behaviors. Getting a little closer to the metallic material and still on the theme of packaging, she composes brilliant paintings that faithfully reproduce crumpled golden wrapping paper with the GOLD collection. Very close to abstraction, these effects of brilliance can induce pareidolia: the tendency of the brain to create meaning by assimilating random forms to referenced forms, as for example in the Rorschach test.