Graphic artist, inventor of artistic forms, Rodolphe Barsikian is an artist of today: his favorite techniques are the computer, the computer mouse and graphic arts software.
Adept of vector drawing, a digital script based on the point, the line, and geometrical organization, his compositions cumulate “the clear line” of technical drawing and an abundant power of aesthetic invention. In abstract style, above all, as paintings or 3D modules, his creations are controlled, extremely chiseled but at the same time also eruptive, marked by an implicit fascination for disorder, disorganization, putting things back in play.
For Rodolphe Barsikian, to create implies going beyond the sole artistic effect and inscribe his life in lines, graphic trajectories that amplify an existential path in the material of visual signs. His compositions generate the strong and compulsive image of an existence in movement in which, to that end, drawing is the heartbeat, the seismograph: recording every pulsating moment, every vibration, every sensation.