INSPO (vol. 4)

JEAN FAUCHER

 

“Since 1983, he covered commercial billboards with his own paintings in order to high-jack their function and showcase his artworks to the public, much to their surprise.”

-JeanFaucheur.net

 

Manipulating a photograph whether it’s via strips, circles or shards creates a dimension in which the audience needs to filter through.

This filter shifts the focus of the image, and in that changes the meaning of it too.

“I like the apparent contradiction between the blur…

and the precision …

I use my mistakes.”

-Jean Faucher

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