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Born: 1988

Hometown: Tours

Based in: Paris

Mime, is a French artist living in Paris. After studying art market design
and contemporary art, he decides to try his hand at collage. Self-taught, his new hobby soon
becomes a veritable obsession. Mime draws his resources from his travels, and his numerous
visits to second-hand libraries. He browses, sources, skims, cuts, clips, trims, hides and glues
visages and busts from all time periods, all eras. Mime’s work represents his mood, or
experiences that have left their mark on him in some way. His chief inspirations: Egyptian
aesthetics, antiquity, architecture both past and present, and his contemporary human
experiences. The subjects of his collages all originate from second-hand books. There is -as of
now- no digital intervention on any his works.


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More About Mime

Question IconWhat inspires you?

Ancient and contemporary civilizations, human being, human weaknesses

Question IconDescribe your creative process.

i cut subjects from second hand old book i found during my travels,. I mix them with textures/real materials, looking to respect proportion, and then i put my blue signature at the end. This blue is my signature and the witness of the scene that i transcribe on the paper. All of these collages are handmade unique pieces with no computer during the production process. But i remind open to use the computer depending on my upcoming projects.

Question IconWhat are 3 words that best describe your work?

Ancient (but in a contemporary context), Soothing, Cosmic

Question IconWho are some artists that have influenced your work?

Vera Kuchobey, Isabel Reitemeyer, Jesse Draxler, Caroline Corbasson, Stefan Marx

Question IconWhat is the most important tool when creating your work?

To take care about proportion and to make colors/textures fitting together

Question IconWhat is the best piece of advice you have been given?

"create your own identity"

Question IconWhere do you go for inspiration?

i go to art previews, Online Magazines, Museums, Free parties