Elementary geometrical forms drawn to the millimetre, A palette of just black and white to fit the requirements of the project, An iridescent blue pigment which impregnates the viewer's retina to the point of giddiness,
Construction lines distorted by weird effects of light and shade, optical vibrations and contrasted repetitions...
In their artistic research, Jean CHARASSE et Alain-Jacques LEVRIER-MUSSAT share the same fascination for the enigmatic genesis of the structure of things.
The dialogue between the two artists is based on a change of viewing angle, revealing the imperceptible rythm of « constructed art ». Into the apparent rigour of each structure there filters a floating light – something intangible, everchanging.