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“Drawing has always
been an obvious
necessity for me"

” Drawing challenge the idea – What I draw exists for and by itself, free from any performing production; it is a sensitive language. However, it also a detailed trace enabling those in charge of construction to take ownership of a proposal…”
F. Delaroziere.

Discover François Delaroziere’s portrait sharing its practice of the drawing in the creation of the machines  on the La Machine Facebook :

François Delaroziere – La Machine Compagny

“Drawing has always been an obvious necessity for me. Drawing challenge the idea – What I draw exists for and by itself, free from any performing production; it is a sensitive language. However, it also a detailed trace enabling those in charge of construction to take ownership of a proposal, the starting point for their work. In most of these drawings I practically anticipate the completion of the machines dreamt up with their dimensions, often large ones, as well as with their movements. These machines are purposely built to operate in the public space. One stroke leads to another and not necessarily where I thought they would to start with. I don’t come back to a drawing. If I stop drawing it, it is because it contains enough information to move on to the next step, which is construction”Text written by François Delaroziere, Art director of the company The Machine, created in 1999. Extracts of the book “Bestiary, machines and ornaments " appeared to the French Publisher Acte Sud. Video extract : Xbo filmsFind the book here : http://www.lamachine.fr/boutique/

Publié par La Machine sur lundi 15 Janvier 2018

 

Extracts of the book “Bestiary, machines and ornaments ” appeared to the French Publisher Acte Sud.
Find the book here : http://www.lamachine.fr/boutique/