When sculpture celebrates the future of architecture…
Art and Sculpture
Some paintings are named « still life » as if life could stand still. A sculpture can be still forever, a dry bone on a dry stone, somewhere no one goes.
Although modest, this gris-gris sculpture “Danse Fambeaux” is a tribute to fabulous artist Dr John.
Discovering ochres cliffs is, still today, an astonishment. In the early times of humanity, it must have been taken as a gift from the gods…
A contemporary sculpture and a prehistoric artefact share in common, the will to leave a trace as the trace of a will.
A painted sculpture offers a sort of synesthesia, when colours being associated with shapes, give a triple esthesis : form, colours, and their combination.
Each and every structure is composed of elements. How those elements assemble to complete a form, is the fundamental principle of Morphogenesis.
None better than music to convey emotions, then turn them to sculpture and colours…
A sculpture created today, is potentially vestigial. Time passing, one day, it might be exhumed, considered, together, with emotion, curiosity, and science.
Bass is to music what sculpture is to painting. It carves and structures music, turning the air into volumes enhancing colours in space.
This painted sculpture features a harmony of colours that are regarded as opposite, non harmonious. Yet they vibrate together…
A « strange smell of purple » could be another way to introduce this sculpture, as it offers an invitation to a synaesthetic form of creation.
We are accustomed to seeing paintings on canvas. Here, the polychromy is done on volumes, therefore, slightly modifying the colours’ perception.
Gris-gris bear an infinity of shapes, colours, and sizes. Yet they mostly come out as polychromatic sculptures.
Iwas are sorts of guardian angels, they seem to inspire a certain wisdom to their human followers. Some are more powerful than others, each will be chosen carefully.
Remember me or don’t. All in all, it has no importance. Whoever we are, wherever we come from, some day it has to stop.
Many of us have descendants, others do not, yet each generation might be the last one, and will leave a trace, a memento, an enigmatic remain ; here is mine. We are all star dust…
When miracles switch from seriousness to silliness.
Sculptural triumphal tribute to the 21st. century Femininity Goddess.
Runes is a sculpture by Addé for African Homage – The quest for sense is not a-sensitive.
In honour of Murasaki Shikibu, author of the Genji Monogatari (Heian era XIth century).
Murasaki was an alias, taken from one of the characters then given to the author. Sculpture by Addé.
Tackety Bone Sculpture by Addé for African Homage. A wee salute to fair bony Scotland, with love.
How a contemporary sculpture is inspired by a 19th century magnificent opera.
Open your eyes to the notion that the world may be more filled with feelings than most people realize. Be kind to nature as, fundamentally, nature is kind to you and you are part of it, nevertheless… Sculpture by Addé for African Homage.
Monument to the slow fall of the invisible (no regret) is a sculpture by addé for African Homage. Let us hope and make our contribution to the edifice for a second Renaissance.
The Bleeding Conch is a contemporary sculpture by Addé for African Homage. Aurora renews herself every morning, announcing the arrival of the sun.
“Pinball Weezard” is a contemporary sculpture by Addé for African Homage gallery
Sculpture by Addé for African Homage “Sublimation of the truffle”
A Sculpture to be seen as a reduction of pin ball games’ visual language and erratic moves.
When you are abducted by a chant. From very ancient beliefs that music, songs, have the power to bewitch humans. Mermaids, fairies, have the power to ravish you, to literally enchant you, and this is exactly what inspired music does!
Mythologies tell a lot about cultures, people, civilisations, and history. Sadly they are no longer part of nowadays’ knowledge.