In his latest sculpture/installation entitled Future Returns, the artist uses his “brand image”, cut plasma, to record a considerable volume of foliage emerging from the steel shell of a recovered tanker truck.
Romain Lecornu's universe is inspired by its surrounding territories, as well as the depths of the Earth. The artist is inspired both by what is in front of his door and in the traces buried in the surrounding landscapes, in the accursed places, in the peripheries, or in the no-man's-place of the city.
Ariele Alasko's elegant pieces play with contrast and negative space and are assembled in abstract compositions, either as a smaller wall object or as an expansive mobil-style suspension.
Architect Naohiko Shimoda's interpretation of a kamidana - a small altar or “God's shelf” that is part of a tradition for bringing Shinto shrines to private spaces.
The ephemerality of human life is a concern of Regardt Van Der Meulen and provokes in itself a fascination that is manifested in his breathtaking steel sculptures.
The MAP project is an idea that arises from the desire to document the paths of art in Portugal and for that it dismisses academics and critics and uses artists, usually relegated to extras in artistic criticism.