"If I were writing a common artist statement, my first task would be to describe what I have made - the second; to express my desire to transform my feeling into a work of art.
What if this structure was reversed?
I have created what I want my work to make me feel. We say in French ‘’Prend la vie comme elle vient.’’ translation: take life how it is coming. It is hard to give up the desire to control and just accept; close your eyes and feel the wind.
Lightness, simplicity, color and a logical evolution remains consistent throughout my sculpture. However, through this body of work I also wanted to understand the static that is inherent in movement, and non-geometric curves.
Similar to the unexpected surprise of the mix of objects found in a garage sale; I have combined architecture, landscape, nature and sensuality.
As I am primarily a sculptor, spontaneity is a big challenge for me. In my method of sculpting, there is no going back once you have begun the course of action. By voluntarily avoiding painting techniques and continuing my evolution in the three-dimensional process, I am forcing myself to systematically learn a new language. This progression is bringing me closer and closer to my main passion and obsession: searching.
My dream would be to be like you, seeing my own work for the very first time." - Pascal Pierme