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Danielle Autier

Born in: 2018


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Danielle Autier delivers us a definitively committed art. Her fight is one of words and the meaning attached to it. In the happy atmosphere of the big Parisian advertising agencies, she worked for a while as an advertising designer who gave her the freedom to create.

Gifted and recognized for her talent, Danielle Autier decided after fifteen years in the advertising to devote herself to new fields of research, to leave this world for what she called "a major philosophical problem".

Subsequently, she chose to engage in an institution close to home that cared for the mentally handicapped. She started a new career at the antipodes of advertising.
"I soon discovered one thing in common: desire was at stake.
If advertising exploited our enormous potential for mercantile desires, the mentally handicapped person often suffered from a deficit of desires.
For more than 16 years, I put my creativity at the service of this particular world."

Finally, after these various experiences, Danielle Autier delivers a work of remarkable symbolic depth and incredible finesse.

"Each painting is the portrait of a word, of his music. (Not his spelling)
His / her senses must be revealed slowly under his mask in flat areas at the limit of the abstract, which can seduce him.
Each word must be able to infuse his / her senses to the unconscious, in a deep and intimate musical and visual relationship, in a personal conversation.
And that this word hits the eye even more than in the ear, its usual way.
And that every word shakes in the crudity of his streep-tease! "
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