Bernard Dejonghe


There’s a particular moment, or several brief moments, when our eyes or mind find satisfaction; there are even more times or states of mind when this satisfaction is “not enough” or “too much” …why, what does this mean?
The forms I’ve been experimenting with are always simple. More than just geometric forms–circles, triangles, lines…They are concentrated forms–“human signs”, that I repeat in different variations depending on my moods or the possibilities available. Repetition can also be a way of neutralizing the problem of form in favor of observing the varying phenomena of transforming materials–an access to the notion of chance. The notion of pleasure and liberty count a great deal in this type of decision.

(From www., 2010)



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