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Freedom 3.2

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Freedom 3.2

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Thomas Pourcelot Wonsungee

US$ 610

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2020

Acrylic

Unique Work

Dimensions: 66cm (H) x 42cm (W) x 0.1cm (D) / 26" (H) x 16.5" (W) x 0.04" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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Freedom 3.2, in the sequel to "Freedom 3.1" undoubtedly reflects my desire to create meaning as much as a single abstract form, and to connect with it. We find in a way here the fusion of many of my previous works and influences: works on the unconscious and in particular automatic writing, as escape from the sacrosanct precept of absolute rationality; the geometric rigor of the codes and rules imposed on us to better control us; a reminder of our primitive origins.
Originally from France, I have lived in Taiwan for several years. In order to honor my welcoming culture, I chose to work with traditional Chinese characters. The latter, at the origin of figurative representations, have not ceased to abstract themselves, retaining only their meaning, essence and symbolism. My work pursues this approach with a more contemporary approach if ever there was one.

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Artist Profile

Born: 1979

Hometown: LA VIEILLE LOYE

Based in: Kaohsiung

Born in France in 1979, Thomas Pourcelot returned to Taiwan in 2016 after three years spent in Riyadh. This stage in the Middle East can be added to the list of cities (Graz, Pointe-à-Pitre, Beijing, Seoul, and Kaohsiung) where he has lived during the last fifteen years. The artist often compares this itinerant mania to the "praise of flight" of Henri Laborit. Deconstructivism adapted to the real life, it is therefore a series of constructions, deconstructions and pragmatic regenerations which founded his life and career. Self-discovery, a quest for the meaning of his life, Thomas Pourcelot began painting as an escape from real life. Dichotomous personality and artist, torn between passion and reason, between conscious and unconscious desires, he asks himself how our choices are made as individuals and citizens, and tries to find a compromise between the two.

Inspired by modern art, contemporary art but also by primitive arts, his works have been gradually oriented towards "semi-automatism" and abstract expressionism. His studies have not led him to explore the arts or his techniques, he is a self-taught artist who relies more on his feelings than on the "culture of the spirit". Jean Jacques Rousseau said: "I have but one faithful guide on which I can depend: this is the chain of the sentiments by which the succession of my existence has been marked ... I cannot be deceived in what I have felt, nor in that which from sentiment I have done; and to relate this is the chief end of my present work... "

His approach here is largely empirical. Nothing is really premeditated. The canvas is built little by little, almost by itself, according to cravings, needs and accidents. The goal is neither to translate thoughts, emotions nor to convey a message, but rather a personal quest and an ontological approach. His personal experiences, his studies in the social and political sciences and his thoughts on the processes of artistic creation led him, in 2015, to plunge again into questions related to psychoanalysis, political philosophy or sociology. Who speaks in me? Where do I go as an individual or as a social being? How does collective thinking evolve? What is its impact on our individual systems of values? Is human nature a fixed reality or a cultural construction? These questions, largely abandoned by our materialistic societies and only taken up by religions, are, for the artist, at the very heart of the stakes of our humanity.

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