In the past, like many, I have often sought to freeze a movement, a very short moment of a choreography, a jump, an action, suggesting a progression and a continuity to our imagination without being able to reveal it.
Now this fixed moment is only a tiny part of the movement. How to grasp the temporal dimension while capturing artistic sensitivity in one thousandth of a second?
I therefore endeavored to represent on a two-dimensional format a true representation of the movement. My work on Motion Sculpture reveals what the eye does not see: the evolution and magnificence of the movement.
In a traditionally still image, the spatial notion associating depth offers us the third dimension and naturally access the temporal dimension ... 4 Dimensions in 2!
From this global recipe was born Motion Sculpture: Motion revealer, Sculptor of the Invisible.