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DIMITRI ARNAOUDOV

1982


 Dimitri Arnaoudov retranscrit ses expériences de graffiti et de voyages à travers des fragments qui bout à bout forment un récit. Le rapport au souvenir est persistant dans son utilisation d’objets de récupération chargés émotionnellement.

  Ses archives photographiques nous documentent et nous interrogent sur les différentes sociétés où il est passé. Artiste Franco-Bulgare né en 1982, Dimitri Arnaoudov rend visible les contrastes d'une Europe morcelée et tiraillée entre Orient et Occident.

  "La première chose qui m'a attiré chez Dimitri Arnaoudov était sa faculté de parler aussi bien d'art que du prix du gaz. Son insatiable curiosité dans l'exploration de l'environnement urbain le conduit souvent à des observations d'ordre social ou artistique à la fois aiguës et pertinentes. Il va s'intéresser à des architectes et des urbanistes souvent méconnus pour problématiser ses expériences en étant le plus juste possible. Il nous offre ainsi un point de vue informé sur la société par sa connaissance intime de la ville."

 Native Maqari

 

 

The one word that stands out when describing the work of Dimitri Arnaoudov  is "Just"  and this is perhaps due to the sincerity with which he approaches his subjects and the impartiality of his curiosity. 

First thing that captured my interest in the artist when I first met him was the type of questions he asked, whether conversing about art or the price of gas. His insatiable curiosity about his urban surroundings often leads to acutely pertinent observations both social and artistic . He asks those little elusive questions that the architects forgot when laying down the city plans and often sees solutions to problems before most of us are even aware they exist, making rational amalgams of things one might think are entirely unrelated. He thus provides us with a very unique point of view informed by an intimate knowledge of the city (societal) structure in micro detail, meticulously acquired through 2 decades of artistic interaction with the cityscape.

Born in Grenoble in 1982 of Franco Bulgarian background, Dimitri was introduced to the trans-Euro road at an early age. This was to prove a vital tool in his artistic development, it has fueled the curiosity that pushed him as far as Shanghai and Buenos Aires ever in search of newer cityscapes to decipher and paint, and in the process accumulating an encyclopedic knowledge of how cities function. 

"Je prends toujours la temperature d'une ville par ce qui est marqué sur ses mur."

 Dimitri told me once in a conversation.

 Likewise his transition into conceptual art has been just as interesting. He treats his new subjects with the same sincere archeological interest. When looking at the work he's produced in the last 2 years we are confronted by those same simple questions raised by a cleaver association of what appears to be banal objects at first but when we take a closer look we often realize that we are looking at the cinderblock of everyday life. And that is precisely what draws us to the work; It reminds us of the simple questions we all ignore to ask daily while we vainly wrestle with "The Big Questions." 

  Native Maqari


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