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Camille Park

Born in: 1979


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Camille Park is a French artist born in 1979. After studying at Ecole des Beaux Arts in Valence, she now lives and works in Paris. Her artistic practice revolves primarily around drawing and volume, enamelled ceramics and Korean paper. Habit the forms. Each drawing is presented according to this same process: first delimit the space of appearance of the figure, next deposit on the paper by successive tasks the ink or the watercolor, then shortly reworked. Although they are inspired by the surrealist use of the task, which affirms the role of the unconscious as "a privileged source of poetry", it is rather for the artist to place culture into painting as an object of study. The space thus delimited becomes the container of a metamorphosis where "it is not a question of painting life, it is a matter of making painting alive." In the series "Explorations", the artist attempts to define the outlines of the topography of an interior landscape, such as a naturalist embarked on board a scientific expedition. The stretched paper then becomes the support of a pictorial exploration, in a universe that at the same time is organic, vegetable, and underwater. The successive layers of watercolor reveal organs, trees and corals intermingled. "Interiors" is more oriented to the microscopic aspect of this imaginary topography, it "brings the distance and opens the surface to the depth." This topography is also defined by the empty space surrounding each drawing, which determines the contours of a space to be surveyed, and redefined each time.
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