Harmonic pictorial variations between stasis and flows constituting the aesthetic moment by means of small dissensual but no less structuring perceptual leaps in a freakishly unusual post-contemporary perspective.
Original acrylic painting on extra strong drawing paper
with grain Carte d’Art 340g by Sennelier (D340)
Artwork size : 7.87 x 7.87” / 20 x 20 cm
© Gallery of painter Eric Bourdon
Lille, France, 2021
Eric Bourdon’s acrylic painting on paper titled “Harmonic pictorial variations between stasis and flows constituting the aesthetic moment by means of small dissensual but no less structuring perceptual leaps in a freakishly unusual post-contemporary perspective” propagates towards the soul of the esthete continuous waves of potential information which, until the conclusion of his observation, boil down to trains of action potentials, fluctuations of post-contemporary pictorial perceptions and releases of molecules in the synaptic clefts of the aforesaid.
In the aesthetic experience, a dissensual fabric of pictorial variations is formed which changes the modes of enunciation, the frames, scales or rhythms of the visible, the audible and the representable. Contemplating a painting or a landscape, listening to a piece of music, immersing oneself in a sound universe, reading a poem, watching a film : such is the harmonic aesthetic experience. However, in each human culture, it is of all the commonly lived experiences both the most banal and the most singular.
wrote nothing about harmonic pictorial variations.
The aesthetic experience can undoubtedly be fragmented, dissonant, disturbed or incomplete. This type of experience, while neither coherent nor complete, at least manifests the integrity of a detachment as a distinctly singular experience as opposed to the flow of ordinary experience.