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I decided to continue my education at Atelier Del Arco, located in Paris, during the years of 1988 through 1994. I used my newly-acquired skills to compose traditional black-and-white photography in a lab owned by printer and editor François Patez. While working in the lab, I further improved my skills in art silk-screening by printing the creations of very well-known artists like Klasen, Miotte, Vasarely,Chu-teh Chun, Aurelie Nemours, Cruz Diez, Gianni Bertini etc.
My current works of art are clearly influenced by both kinetic, as well as pop artists, whom for some,I have known on a personal level since childhood. Along with the other artists mentioned, I have been fortunate in having exposure to different forms of artistic expression- from the human form to that of urban landscapes.
The discovery and use of the lenticular printing technique were very important for me.Once again in my artistic work I have incorporated a printing technique, after the serigraphy, and the flatbed on various materials, now it’s the lenticular printing.
With this technique I realized that my photos and collages could have some more dynamic effects and tackle themes with a more conceptual approach. I also liked the idea of the possibility of interaction with the viewer, and him being seemingly conquered by the kinetic effects of the lenticular.The benefit of this technique is that it allows the animation of a static image, with in depth 3D effects, effects of image transition (Flip) etc
What I provide as my final artwork, express what I call my “language”. They are the words which express my inner feelings and visions, and are representative of the color of my mood.
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