Imagine a concrete chandelier, a rocking chair that doesn’t move, a wooden chair that looks like it’s come straight from the woods. Patrick Le Ray takes a lot of time to search for inspiration: in a forest or in a field close to Paris. His ideas are clever, and his work is well worth a [...]
His drawings are so realistic that, after first thinking it was photography, you then search for a ‘zoom button’ to get the most details you can. Then, slowly, the drawings seem to be moving, they appear to be alive, something is coming, and the story, after a minute, is already all around you.
Sato Tokihiro is a Japanese photographer who creates light paintings to allude to a poetic vision of a chaotic world. He will open the shutter sometimes for more than two hours, using his large format camera to take us to another dimension.
Emiliana Torrini is an Icelandic singer and the only music I have in my car. I just fell in love with her charming voice. It’s like a fairytale or a growing morning wind in the winter: fresh and smelling like the sea.
Alain Demarquette is just amazing. His ideas about lines and shapes are totally what I love and he’s addicted to Berlin and Japanese contemporary architecture. His view is a long-term point of view: how people will interact with our XX and XXI century creations?