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N’HOMMADES.

The “N’hommades”, through their gestures, capture and transform space into an unusual geometry. They speak of the fragility of the human condition, revolve around themselves, suspended from the great breath of life. We can see in it a sudden enlightenment in front of certain forms of love. Where do these characters come from? Where are we going?

 

“Can memory do without the figures that contain and animate nouns and places that, by themselves, testify of the special boldness required to stand out of the crowd? Thus, the piece of art, the memorial, is this hallucinatory and regressive memory that looks for the live shapes of an anachronic past throughout the presence of the artist herself, presence between intimacy and foreigness. Therefore, again, between appearance and survival, between meaning and meaningfulness, Colette Leinman’s poetic and graphic work allows us to revive a capacity to re-create what is memorable, as well as what is similar and dissimilar, to fully realise that paradoxically, what is traumatic is to be found in what is alive and animated.” – Michel Gad Wolkowicz

 

1. “Galaxy”
Mixed media on cardboard
120x120cm
2012

 

2. “Magnitude”
Mixed media on cardboard
70x100cm
2014

 

3. “Dwarf star”
Mixed media on cardboard
100x70cm
2013

 

4. “Green line”
Mixed media on cardboard
48x70cm
2014

 

5. “Helium flash”
Mixed media on cardboard
71x75cm
2014

 

6. “Continuum”
Mixed media on cardboard
100x70cm
2014

 

7. ”Binary system”
Mixed media on cardboard
70x100cm
2014