Remed

by Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Remed discovered the art of painting in a studio in Lille, France, heavily influenced by Art Nouveau and 70s pattern graphics.
Feeling constrained by the restrictions of his studio, he started interacting with his environment, painting street pieces in Lille, which he describes as traces of ideas and witnesses.

Remed now travels the world leaving traces of ideas in the various environments he encounters and continues to work on canvas and sculpture, mixing text and image, unifying them to express more then letters, images and words.

‘I make rhymes with colors, shapes and sounds in order to express a feeling, the evolution of a thought, with the recurring themes of evasion, infinity and rebirth.’ – Remed

So….this is a fruit of one month spent on another planet in order to get my perception of time and life wider. Just changing the place i was or the state of mind so that i can see my life or life as one united “thing”. so everything get relative and fear and doubt are send away. this canva is an invitation for u to do the same. It says ” EL SPMET” which is “le temps” in french but reversed. It says “Tout est éphémère, le tout est permanent”…which means “all is ephemery, the whole is permanent”, that mean even if things live and die, get created then destroyed, there will always be something next…indeed there is no real end…nothing die but rather mutate, or is being transfered into another shape in “reality”. or even if woldn’t be transferd in reality, it would live and be real in imagination…since it will keep on influence our life and way of being. Then it says “ESSAP PRESENT RUTUF” which means “PAST PRESENT FUTUR” but with the metters of “past” and futur” put the other way…so that u could imagine your life from the end to the begining….then u’re less worry about what ever could happen next, or i should say before. the only true thing is present…the only real thing, everliving is the movement. thats why u got the word “le mouvement” written under past present futur. Then, something say “La fin n’est que le début, je peinds, je crée mon vécu”…which means “The end is nothing more but the begining”…this is hope. And , under that, u got the part of the almighty shape refering to cycles in life. It s written “LADIOSUNIS”. wich is “SINUSOIDAL” with reverse letters order. And almost finally, i wrote ” De la crestruction, vers la déation” which mre or less means ” from crestruction to deation”…i kind of like that sentence because it s just the fusion and separation of to oposed entity that get to understand eachother better. And the invente word “deation” got something to do with deism, and i believe in energy. Finally, i was trying to find an association of word that could sum up all this thoughts. I wanted to express, that whatever is the worst disorganised, or fearmakeing, or depressing, or chaotique life or felling u have..it hold inner the key to be equilibrated…I mean CHAOS IS POTENTIAL ARMONY…so don’t worry about anything.. And the the world i wrote is “ARMONIE POTENTIEL” but i changed the orden of the letters (not only reverse, but in certain chao) and found 2 words that when together become magic and get the conotations of what i wanted to express.. So when i read “ENAMORI PLENITTEO” it make me feel love “amor”,“enamorar”, and feeling filled by something great..plenitteo sounds like “plénitude”..and teo refer to gods and spirits, and then of course, the double “T” become the magic Pi number, part of the evergrowing loop . I hope u’ll have a nice travel… P E A C E

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Remed

by Saturday, January 7, 2012

Lives and works in France.
Remed discovered the art of painting in a studio in Lille, France, heavily influenced by Art Nouveau and 70s pattern graphics. Feeling constrained by the restrictions of his studio, he started interacting with his environment, painting street pieces in Lille, which he describes as traces of ideas and witnesses.

Remed now travels the world leaving traces of ideas in the various environments he encounters and continues to work on canvas and sculpture, mixing text and image, unifying them to express more then letters, images and words. ‘I make rhymes with colors, shapes and sounds in order to express a feeling, the evolution of a thought, with the recurring themes of duality, infinity and movement.’ – Remed

His work can be found in train stations, on rocks, and even less intelligent organisms like a series of public billboards. Wherever you are, an image of Remed always seems to enter the trip at one point or another.

Remed website.

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