• Dimensions : 85.5 × 60 × 167 cm
  • Year : 2012
  • Thèmes : writing
  • Ton : Color Silver metallic
  • Material : Polished stainless steel
  • Mouvement : Cybernetic art

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“When dreaming of eternity has shown us the beauty of life under the tree of awakening, that of the sea, of the mountain, of flowers and birds, that is because the sun, the moon and the stars shine for each other and the future. But unfortunately, when the sun goes away, so does life. The snow, the wind, the rain, the storms, the cold have arrived, and for mankind, hope and peace with nature, love can make the world go back to eternal light.”

Bernard Quentin first exhibited his “art-language” in Paris. This language is composed of universal graphic signs, supposed to be understandable by all. Its originality stems from the fact that it embodies a rupture; Quentin does not mean to appeal to Western elites as modern avant-gardes do. He tries to communicate in a very basic way in order to create works of art containing visual symbols. He decides what their meanings are and his priority lies there; that is way more important to him than any aesthetic matter.