SIGG ART FOUNDATION

Charles-Arthur Feuvrier





artworks

A portrait of Charles-Arthur Feuvrier
Charles-Arthur Feuvrier, portrait.
Charles-Arthur Feuvrier, Exhibition view, École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Lyon, 2021
Charles-Arthur Feuvrier, Panneaux-Rama, 2021
Charles-Arthur Feuvrier, Beware, 2021
Charles-Arthur Feuvrier, Exhibition View, École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Lyon, 2021
Charles-Arthur Feuvrier, Beware, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Lyon, 2021

Description

Charles-Arthur Feuvrier uses icons and pictogram as vernacular and universal languages to engage a reflection about norm and neutrality.

The circulation of informations and images in the digital space is for him, a lens to focus on orientalism, and occidental normalization. In a split between eastern and western culture, virtuality and physicality, his work uses symbols from mainstream internet culture, conspiracy theories, and global folklore to re-think the stories and narratives of our collective imagination.

Feuvrier (b. 1997, Mauritius) is the recipient of the 2021 Sigg Art Prize, an award that offers two residencies annually, organized in collaboration with an art school, this time École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Lyon.

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