Franco-German born in 1977, Sascha Nordmeyer studied at the Ecole Supérieure d'Arts et de Design de Reims.
His first steps led him to industrial design and Sascha quickly stood out for a communication project entitled: “a.k.a. hyperlip, 2009”. His botoxed lips echo the laughter of Artist Yue Minjun, whose self-mockery aims to be cruel, even disturbing. The adventure will end at MOMA, no more, no less.
Back in Reims, Sascha discovers the work of paper, to better decline it in the form of infinite reflectors, thanks to micro perforation. Sascha then moves to a gentle kineticism. The almost infinite perforation of these micro-capsules and their activation then shape the space according to light and color. A wink, and the picture is changing. One step aside, and the artwork becomes plural.
The incalculable number of these tiny pads (his exhibitions can count up to 455,000!), punched out one by one, brings us back to Serge Gainsbourg's song "Le poinçonneur des Lilas". For each gesture to “uncap” these reflectors, Sascha makes it a form of meditation.
We then reach the shores of purity and minimalism, an economy so accomplished that we can see in it a denunciation of the opulence of our time.
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Arches watercolor paper, 356g, hand activated with acrylic. 2021
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Winter & Co paper, 320g, hand activated, 2021
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Arches watercolor paper, 356g, hand done with acrylic. 2022
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