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Curriculum

Elia Diogenes  

Visual artist

Exploring the imagination  

Member of La Condamine, La main collectif and La Maison des Artistes

Exhibitions

Solo Exhibition Monsters of the Deep at Remix, Paris

19.02 - 26.02 2024

Collective Exhibition at La main Collectif, Paris

03.06 - 04.09 2023

Collective Exhibition Entre Actes at Agapé Hub, Paris

29.09 - 18.10 2022

Collective Exhibition Convergence at Agapé Hub, Paris

14.04 - 03.05 2022

Artistic Residencies

Artistic residency at Remix, Paris

Artistic residency at Agapé Hub, Paris

01.09 - 29.02 2023-24

01.08 - 16.08 2022

Studies

2018 - 2020

Master 1 & 2 Recherches en Arts Plastiques et Création Contemporaine        

               Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Direction de Miguel Egaña
Mémoire  IXIPTLA, Sur les chemins de l’inconscient à travers la peinture
               Recherche sur les relations entre la création artistique et l’inconscient

Bachelor Sciences Humaines, spécialisé en histoire de l’art                                

                Barcelone, Université Pompeu Fabra.
Mémoire  Le Monde Fantastique de Kuniyoshi

2012 - 2016

Techniques

Atelier Baroque Oil painting

Escena Digital illustration 

Llotja Lithographie, gravure, gravure sur bois, sérigraphie, typographie ancienne et reliure

Villa Thiole Photographie argentique

2019 - 2022

2017

2013 - 2016

2009 - 2011

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Monsters of the Deep ” from February 19 to 26, 2024 at Remix . The works presented were developed during his six-month artistic residency organized by Remix in partnership with La Condamine.

The artist conceptualized his creations so that they fit fully into their exhibition space. The scenography was designed with the aim of immersing the visitor in a place where the limits between imagination and reality blur, a place where the paintings truly become windows to another world; that of the depths.

Exploring its depths reveals the Beings who live there, a figurative representation of the abstraction of our unconscious fears. The artist inserts pareidolia into his works, a visual phenomenon that pushes us to see recognizable shapes in abstract images. It is a process that is linked to subjective perception. Based on this postulate, the pareidolia present in the paintings aim to let the visitor's imagination create their own monsters.

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