Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 80cm (H) x 80cm (W) x 3cm (D) / 31.5" (H) x 31.5" (W) x 1.2" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This work was exhibited at the Arthothèque de Persan Beaumont, at the exhibition “What we see ourselves looks at” in Igny, at the “Embodiement” exhibition at Mitry Mory. Perspective, point of view are all elements that nourish his reflection on the relationship to space. Remi Delaplace's research focuses on the perception of space. This leads him to question the form of the work, its context, its reception by the spectator and its modes of creation. Working from the frame already inscribes creation in a field of reception, a convention given by the relationship of frontality between the spectator and the work. This relationship is the heir to a history of painting and representation directly resulting from the Italian theater where a place is attributed to the work and to the spectator. These paintings are part of a research where perspective is posed as a postulate in order to question the notions of representation of the form, the figurative, the frame.
Based in: PARIS
Rémi Delaplace lives and works in Paris. He graduated from a Master2 in plastic arts "Contemporary Arts and New Media" at the University of Paris 8 in 2011.
The practice of contact dance nourishes her artistic work. It questions our relationship to space and its representation.
Rémi Delaplace regularly exhibits in galleries (Circé, Akie Arichi, Exit ...), in salons (Lineart in Belgium, Mac Paris, YIA, Pontault Combault, Réalités Nouvelles ...), in China (Guoyi Art Museum in Beijing , International Art Exchange of Museum in Hangzhou), in art library (Persan Beaumont, St Cloud ...)
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