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Movimento 3D

mathieulehanneur_lescordes_3No trabalho de Mathieu Lehanneur fascina-nos a sua relação com o espaço – com o espaço que existe, com o espaço que manipula e com um espaço ficcional, que se relaciona com uma ideia de espaço.
A intervenção, que serviu de gota de água para finalmente falarmos do seu trabalho, sugere-nos um movimento que contradiz a queda a que está sujeita a matéria mas não a luz. Les Cordes (2013), originalmente instalado no Château Borely / Museu de Artes Decorativas e da Moda, em Marselha, rapidamente se tornou num ícone do seu trabalho. Leva ao limite as inflexões de luz (e reflexos) que os tradicionais lustres de cristais propunham. Sugere-nos, mais rapidamente, os movimentos da água num jardim barroco.
Porque são os movimentos da água que Lehanneur domina e recria em trompe l’oeil 3D que retêm um momento ou movimento. É este o elemento na natureza que o designer preserva para prolongar uma recriação selvagem da própria água na natureza.
Queríamos o mundo todo recriado por Mathieu Lehanneur, ou seja, perfeito.
(imagens: Les Cordes (2013), instalações e mesa Liquid Marble (2013) e Coro da Igreja de Saint-Hilaire (2011) de Mathieu Lehanneur)
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In the work of Mathieu Lehanneur we become fascinated with the relationship with space – with the space that exists, with the space that he manipulates and with a fictional space that relates to an idea of space.
The intervention that came to us, to finally speak of his work, suggests a movement that contradicts the fall to that the matter is subjected but not the light. Les Cordes (2013), originally installed at the Château Borely / Museum of Decorative Arts and Fashion in Marseille, quickly became an icon of his work. It takes to the limit the light inflections (and reflexes) that the traditional crystal chandeliers propose. It suggests, more immediately, the water movements in a baroque garden.
Those movements of the water are Lehanneur’s expertise, that he recreates in 3D trompe l’oeils to retain a moment or a movement. It is this element in the nature that he preserves to prolong a wild recreation of water itself in the nature.
We wanted the whole world recreated by Mathieu Lehanneur, or a perfect world.
(photos: Les Cordes (2013), instalations and table Liquid Marble (2013) and Choir of the Church of Saint-Hilaire (2011) by Mathieu Lehanneur)mathieulehanneur_liquidpavilion_1mathieulehanneur_liquidmarble_1mathieulehanneur_liquidmarble_4mathieulehanneur_sainthilairechurch_3mathieulehanneur_sainthilairechurch

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This entry was posted on October 27, 2016 by in Arte, Design, Uncategorized and tagged , .
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