Graffiti Goose Photography
GUADALUPE ARTIST: JEREMIE PAUL
I vibrate with sound & dance forms to create a landscape composed of a directory that is enriched through my experiences.
Originally from the French Antilles Guadeloupe, I did my art studies at the Villa Arson, Higher National School of Art in Nice, France. After performing two shows: Health, & Work in Progress, I returned to the Caribbean to present my work on my native, Natale island.
In 2010, I embarked on two of my most important exhibitions, In the Antilles & Herrellà. Both where presented over the duration of my residence at the Ramee St. Rose. The backbone of a ceramic vessel was emblematic (for me) of the act of crossing and paintings. This resulted in,"No matter where any pace." A sound installation involving scenic system that offers a concert of water-jerry cans and fans.
Currently, I work between Paris, Leipzig, & Weimar where I am working in the construction of new wind chimes from porcelain. They are made in collaboration with the School of Bauhaus and manufacturing Karla.
Thus, the overarching theme of my work I like to think of as a ballad between painting and installation, just as it's a ballad between the lexical form and melodic form. I try to justify the existence of a vocabulary through a lexicon of objects by organizing things that are rhythmically melodic & sensitive. In short: I build poetry. Poetry as a landscape where dream elements are realized through various mediums, in a clash of heterogeneous elements cohabitant.
This stops when faced with a multitude forming a whole; a system, a narrative that emanates from this set. Small features assembled and welded in a setting where the viewer can project its effect.
This narrative is a critical need in forming a particular landscape: if the landscape is a tinkle of dripping water and a breath of wind, the features will be cans of water above tabs of metal suspended basins along with fans featuring copper pipes, scraping of guitar chords, all in concert with porcelain shapes moving and tingling of chimes. Forms assert themselves by their staging, revealing a poetic charge this by the materialization of this landscape.
Je fais vibrer, sonner, danser, les formes pour créer un paysage, composé d’un répertoire qui s’enrichit au gré de mes expériences.