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  • Voyage

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    Voyage reflète les aspects d’une méditation intérieure, voyage intime que l’artiste restitue dans une œuvre forte, suggestive, archétypale relevant d’un surréalisme subliminal qui se dessine dans une vision, image d’une réalité ambiguë passant de l’émerveillement au désenchantement, du rayonnement à l’expression inquiétante de forces obscures. Il s’agit aussi de voyages physiques et temporels, au cours desquels Friedler se ressource et réactive son inspiration dans la méditation et l’échange avec d’autres réalités.

    Viaggio riflette gli aspetti di una meditazione interiore, viaggio intimo che l’artista restituisce in un’opera forte, suggestiva, archetipale derivante da un surrealismo subliminale che si disegna in una visione, immagine di una realtà ambigua che passa dall’incanto alla disillusione, dall’irraggiamento all’espressione inquietante delle forze oscure. Si tratta anche di viaggi fisici e temporali, nel corso dei quali Friedler si rigenera e riattiva la propria ispirazione nella meditazione e nello scambio con altre realtà.

    Dominique Stella

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  • Voyage au coeur du Tibet en Chine et dans le monde

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    Le Ministère des affaires étrangères chinois a traduit le texte "Voyage au coeur du Tibet" en chinois et en anglais....

    Peut-être qu'une version tibétaine verra le jour...

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  • Julien Friedler Offers Antidote to Conspicuous Consumption at Art Basel in Miami

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    Amid an array of colorful paintings and sculptures, an unusual art project is taking place at UNTITLED in Miami Beach. The Truth of the Labyrinth, a project by Julien Friedler, asks fair goers to respond to a series of philosophical musings written by the Belgian artist.

    The air travel-adverse Friedler has dispatched two assistants to the fair, video cameras in hand, to record the conversations that arise from his whacky prompts, which touch on such subjects as globalization, the prevalence of money in society, and the existence of a higher power. They will be working at the fair all week.

    artnet News was asked to respond to text 2, which posed the question: "could art one day serve as a refuge from the noise and the rage within?" Mmmmm okay.

    For Friedler, discussing such lofty ideas is a work of art, albeit one that has no object or physical dimension. The conversation itself is enough. The only memento of the experience that participants come away with is a Polaroid of themselves.

    Friedler's quiet, contemplative work stands in contrast to the conspicuous consumption everywhere in Miami this week. It offers an opportunity to reflect on what really motivates artists. More than money, more than fame, the initial impulse to create is based on the desire to express something the artist believes is true.

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