3 secondes marc antoine mathieu
3 by Marc-Antoine MathieuPoints for originality. This reflective book, which takes place over the span of three seconds, covers all the angles to show you the power of multi-tiered perspective, while your eyes and mind somehow follow the deceptively complex story - nearly text free - to impressive dimensions of cause and effectual reality. Its amazing what can happen in so little time, and 3 and its linked and/or non-linked events may give your life a brief pause while you figure it all out and picture your reality in a new light. Art.
I debated 3 or 4 stars, 3 or 4 stars, but yes, I think Im going with 4.
‘Is an interesting idea enough?’ – 3″ by Marc-Antoine Mathieu
Marc-Antoine Mathieu is a French graphic novelist who, book after book, explores new ways to integrate the very form of the graphic novel, as an integrative part of the labyrinths of his narratives. He believes that, as architects, we have the possibility to either impose an absolute transcendental control over our design or to accept its immanent characteristics by integrating a protocol of desappropriation within the creative process of the design itself. What Marc-Antoine Mathieu does with his frames, his pages, his lines, we can do with our walls, our floors, and our ceilings. You use its graphic and narrative elements as a creative essence of spatial, temporal, and metaphysical labyrinths that compose your books. These labyrinths are not the classical ones, drawn by a demiurge architect from above, who is laughing to see all these small bodies getting lost in the complexity of his lines. The labyrinths you create seem to me in the continuity of another form, invented by Franz Kafka, who also gets lost in the labyrinths he creates.
3 SECONDES: healthedventure.org: Marc-Antoine Mathieu: Books.
poetic word for gladly ready