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Gesturism art - Gregale Wind
Gesturism Art is a creative celebration of the limitless gestures of all living beings, from birth to death:
  Boundless energy
  Dynamic pulsations
  Shock of the difference
  Free of manipulative digital art
  Palette of irreverent Indian colours
Western European artistic movements influenced Sen in structuring his own ideology of Gesturism Art since 1994. He defines Gesturism Art as a celebration of the limitless gestures of all living beings in all stages of life from birth to death. This makes his works of art have impromptu, vibrant movements.
Purely based on his artistic freehand skill and not manipulative digital art, Gesturism is boundless energy in human conduct, alive, unprompted, dynamic and awash with essential pulsations. It provokes us to take on challenges, and implement the shock of the difference to make an impact that can sustain.
  Artist statement:

Context: I am a bi-cultural, Franco Indian painter. I grew up in Paris from the age of 19, grappling contradictory cultures as I associated with the art and education environment in France. I learnt Western fine arts from the French schools of art. From my country of origin, I inherited my irreverent usage of Indian colours. India's social heterogeneity leads to visible physical d╪╕¤£ظـزظûْsordre in every aspect which uniquely creates a feeling of inclusiveness. Ingrained in my paintings is this feeling of inclusiveness, love and courage for humanity irrespective of religion or multi-society cultural behaviour, and my passion for the beauty and elegance of women in every part of the world. Indiaظـزظــظ¤ش┬€ظـز╪زs highly treasured values of inclusiveness and compassion are what I like.

French inspiration: France inspires me as it is extremely secular and inventive; freedom of expression is respected without any boundary here. Very high aesthetics and imaginative power pervade every act of life. There's a deep sense of love of human life and perpetual search for differentiation that distinguishes French society as unique in the world.

Creating Gesturism Art: Being inspired by French art and culture, I created a new genre and ideology of painting. I call it Gesturism Art with paintings and d╪╕¤£ظـزظûْsordre installations driven by a manifesto. This is a genre which is not restrictive, it is universal. It gives a structure of consistency of my art which allows viewers to identify the genre. It gives the freedom to work in different themes covering a vast array of subjects in different parts of the world. Eg Breathing France narrates France, Mystic Island talks of Sardinia, Ville Enigmatique is about India. Other themes are universal such as Beauty of Curves, Colour of Dance, Breeze of Desire among others.

Painting: To do my paintings I always use big size, wide brushes. The wider they are, I feel more free to express myself. In first glance viewers may see splashes of colour on the canvas but there will be some mysterious figurative aspect in my paintings that viewers will discover. I even surprise myself when I see the not-to-be-said part. I work in different medium like acrylic, conte, pastel, mixed media and water colour, and use different surface like canvas and paper from small to big size.

Désordre installation: The origin of my idea of "désordre" is influenced by India's heterogeneous population of extreme diversity that results in unpredictable physical disorder in every aspect of life. Arrival and merging of migrants since ancient times from Greece, Africa, Central Asia, Iran, Afghanistan, Europe and more recently 200 years of British colonization in the Indian subcontinent has created this situation over time.. Désordre installation is a specific invention that ensures my art is not static. I invite viewers to physically interact with my artwork, to recompose it so they can discover the original theme I painted or create thousands to millions of versions because each canvas can move 360 degrees. Collectors can even regularly change the placement of each canvas to see the same painting in different perspectives.

Palette of irreverent Indian colours: Differences of religion, language, food, culture and way of living and dressing radically change almost every 500 kms among Indiaظـزظــظ¤ش┬€ظـز╪زs 1.2 billion population. There is no dogmatism in Indian culture between good and bad as in western society. So everybody has the freedom to use any colour for any occasion. This results in Indian colours being seen to be irreverent which I have taken as my colour palette. So irreverent Indian colours rule over my art.
Sen Désordre Barbizon
Sen art car
Gesturism art
Making art car
Sen Desordre Installation
Creating Gesturism art
Labyrinth, Milan
Expo in Milan
Tokyo Art Fair
Sen's art film
Sen art film
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