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I guess this is the time to be able to find some words to describe my experience and my practice.
A time to face up and to grow up.
A time to explain and clear things out.
This writing will go through the thoughts I had during my studies.
I will, in forty-eight pages, try to find the words I was searching for, for five years.
Somehow a Fine Art thesis leads to a self-analysis.
A recap of a part of life, to open up a new part of it.
A better comprehension of the graduation project and my perspectives after this jump.
I went through an analysis of former and recent works and knitted a thread between them. Through a basic description of my practice, I understood that my work was based on a will to understand the world in its physicality. In my reflection draw material from many fields and braid it together to understand my own concepts. I dig a path from different sources such as neurological principles, artistic influences and philosophy to matters regarding material to find a language for a work that pretends not belong to any.
I will begin this writing with introducing my work from where it is first coming from, how I started the beginning of my studies and how and why it changed so much. By analyzing formers works I will go through my lead wires and see how my research help me to go further into their perspective.
My influences are multiples and I will begin from basics body sciences and phenomenon and explain why abstraction and the Bauhaus are somehow related to my practice. I will also explain how I shift from there and how theses difference helped me to understand what I was really aiming for.
I will finish on how I feel that, during these lasts few months, my processes have morphed what I was looking for into something clearer.
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