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Emerging Selection 2008 : French painter Aurelie Brame

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Born in 1976
Works in Paris, France

Her website: https://www.aureliebrame.com/peintures/

 

                         

“Envolée” 2008 – oil on canvas 150x150cm                           “Pirate” 2007 – oil on canvas130X162cm
courtesy the artist                                                                      
courtesy the artist

 

Excellent beginnings for this young artist who offers us astonishing work! What is it about? She chooses and cuts out meticulously a small piece of image on paper in such way that it is both sufficiently explicit to serve like a code but also deliberately enigmatic in terms of meaning. This little piece of image becomes a matrix that generates the tonality of the whole drawing.  This matrix is at the origin of the sketch and the artist develops it. She enlarges it to such a point that it becomes something else, another image that has nothing to do with the original one. It becomes a new language with new vocabulary and new reading rules. It has become a new writen form. Even the long formats are horizontal just like sentences. As you see in a text, you have a tempo made with punctuations, silences. Concerning the oil on canvas, the same process is applied, but, because of the format and technique, the artist expresses the field of colors more fully and goes much further in developing this matrix like a dance on the canvas. The painting becomes organic and almost comes to life. Artist Aurelie Brame is an artist of deconstruction who kneads the image until it becomes something else. In this world in which image is sovereign, it is interesting to take it apart this way, to play with it, and transform it. This is a way of taking back the control over the image. Beatrice Chassepot March 2008

 

"proliférations panoramique #1" - 2007 technique mixte sur papier 25 x 80 cm courtesy the artist
“proliférations panoramique #1” – 2007
technique mixte sur papier 25 x 80 cm
courtesy the artist

 

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