Deeply influenced by optical art, but also by the values of the Bauhaus teaching which advocates an instruction based on the fundamental value of manual work, Sébastien tirelessly creates more and more complex drawings that can rival what a machine could produce in a few moments.
In doing so, he has created a visual confusion in the viewer that can lead him to question the origin (human or mechanical) of his work.
But it is only by approaching that the spectator will have been able to identify the stigmata of the passage of the human hand, an attitude that Sébastien calls the reward of the curious.
His work is not limited to a two-dimensional production, but finds a correspondence in three dimensions through wire installations, often realized in a natural environment, thus offering him a perfect freedom in terms of size and diversity.
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