Alain Le Boucher

Alain Le Boucher is a sculptor of light. From an immaterial medium, it results in a sublimated reality. Between rhythm and movement, half artist half scientist, he created his software as if he were writing a musical score. He thus composes an electronic choreography, making the element the heart of the work. The "mechanism" thus becomes an essential component. Without false modesty, his sculptures reveal themselves naked, tell of constellations dancing with light. In 1982, he made his first sculptures called "Luchrones". He then becomes aware of the malleability of light, and shapes it like any other medium. Alain's sculptures are ethereal and light, poetic and magical. The choreography is omnipresent with a journey that captivates the eyes to infinity.

Born in 1950 in Paimpol. He graduated from the Art Institute of Aix en Provence.

Alain Le Boucher

Alain Le Boucher

ALB106

ALB106

Le temps est Infini,, 24 x 24 x 24 cm

ALB105

ALB105

Le Dé, 43 x 34 x 45 cm

ALB104

ALB104

Temps sentimental, 34 x 34 x 10 cm

ALB103

ALB103

MaÏa, Diamètre 34 cm

ALB102

ALB102

Rêves 70 x 10 cm, 48 points Led

ALB101

ALB101

Contrepoint instable 55 x 4 cm, 111 points Led