Vorst J by Arnaud Rochard
Xylographie sur papier Japon, 37×45 cm, 2020
[450,00 Euros ttc]
Graphite Paper by
How can a pencil become the paper? This exploration on displacement exchanges the position of the basic elements of the practice of drawing. The graphite, which is normally used to draw on the paper, is now the entire support.
Graphite (95%) et resine 5(%) – 42cm X 29cm X 0.3cm, 2018
Series of 3
SIX TIMES TEN EQUALS DEFINITELY MAYBE SIXTY YEARS OLD,
Print on Magistra Deluxe Blueback 120g –
50 / 70 cm,
[280 Euros TTC]
In his new body of works, Haq uses photography as a medium to create playfull/ obscure narratives that question the bizarre nature possibly existing within systems of logic.
By Locating/positioning and re arranging compositions with a dead fish, he highlights the notions of objectivity associated to the ontology of beings; the living and dead. Action and compositions where the dead fish come together to make a star, resembling a star fish and a mirror composition of two fish with an apple, are examples of stripping away the inherent meanings of these objects in search of new representations.
The mathematical equations using a real / once alive objects he tries to find reasons in illogical outcomes. He insists those outcomes not to be wrong but different than expected, where these unexpected outcomes in themselves become both questions and explanations.
Inkjet print on Photo Rag ultra smooth – 40x60cm, 2020
[1015,00 Euros ttc]
The Contaminated Edition
Acrylic, Dye, Brussels Newspaper sheets –
29.7 x 21cm
20 uniques works
[690,00 Euros ttc]