My relation to art.

Sensitive energy, Organic weave, Synthetic drip…

I have always been a passionate and hyperactive artist. Throughout my life, i have experimented with different mediums and supports and techniques such as stone carving or electronic music and graphic design in all its forms (street art, design, painting, drawing, digital or physical installation , video manipulations,..). I can recognize myself in some labels like audio-visual artist, graphic designer, electronic music composer, vortex sculptor, and stone carver, most of the time.
I have been working hard for last 2 years and which is the culmination of deep research and reflection. I would like to bring something that you don’t often see, and which is my pure representation of my perception of the world, a mixture of industrial pop and futuristic cartoon, which takes up certain graphic codes while making a new, wild proposal.
I’m currently spending my time remixing ideas…
Source: BIOZOID _2023©-

I have always gravitated into the artistic communities, balancing between contemporary art, underground culture, and the electro scene. I have traveled extensively throughout Europe for techno parties and festivals.
I have been nourished by the many lives that I have already been able to live and today, my artistic approaches are only a reminiscence of all that I have been able to assimilate as culture/food.
My father is a painter, and I think he had a certain pictorial influence on me, as i sometimes get childlike sensations back when i examine my creations.
i have always expressed my projects through multiple identities.
To do my things, I use smart tools, but hopefully less intelligent than I am.
I generally work on several different things at the same time.
This can sometimes tend to be counter-productive, but I always find better ideas by mixing the processes.
The idea of being able to start from scratch unlimitedly may be a way of understanding eternity. Loops, recursions are appreciated by our brain which constantly looks for patterns everywhere. Those patterns that allow it to forge a geometric, logical, and sequential representation of the world.
Free will, that’s where the human factor becomes important.
I often have to change pseudonyms to escape my own dogmas.
I am fascinated by the notions of scales, especially in astrophysics. I find the dizzying simultaneity of the world fascinating.
I like the vertigo of the ‘mise en abyme’, its fractal side has something very biological, natural.
I like to see time transform things, often they deteriorate slowly and irreversibly. What I seek when I create is not that feeling of mastery over things, but rather to have that kind of opposite effect on them.

There is always a delicate balance between
what is represented
and what the observer wants to see.
That’s why i like to be halfway
between the abstract
and the obvious.

I believe that this is a path that I am taking today, as I have understood and integrated it into my creative process : each smaller element contains all the information of the whole. This is what I believe makes everything seem coordinated around us,
I question the nature of the separation between the body and consciousness. Or if one of them is an illusion.
For me, a free artist must be able to escape dictations.
Yet it’s never easy to avoid falling into the aesthetic cliché.
To understand what we see, we need to understand ourselves, our view of the world depends on it.
But the first question is:
Are we talking about the same thing?
I create to offer freedom, the freedom of dream time.
We must consume this time, poetic and inspiring.
It’s a way to have an impact on the world, to respond to it.
The ultimate goal of the initial impulse is never well defined.
The initial intention often reveals a deeper and more complex motivation that awakens my curiosity and prompts me to engage.
Doing things also pushes us to our limits, and they can be hard to accept.
In the end, we are just denatured animals in constant evolution.
In the end, what machine are we in the gears of?
And if function creates the organ, then what function are we the organ of ?