Based on feelings or memories, Philippe Halaburda’s art process delves into the complex undercurrents of intimate and collective interactions. The blurry boundary between perception and experience always inspired him: he is interested in the randomness of emotion through art by imaging abstract visuals based on the subconscious.
His work engages with humankind and environments ; it calls upon an emotional framework as a construct to bring the viewer as participant in this experience. Exploring forms and lines in my map compositions, he forms disaggregated grids and imaginary topographies exploring social tensions and relationships, instead of addresses and landmarks.
Through paintings, photos or digital works, he builds imaginary coded and abstract algorithms taking up mental, geographic, and collective data that he discovers within each new image. He is seeking to constantly perfect this technique and renew his process. Artworks address broader mental architecture within myself, in an attempt to examine contradiction or harmony. The titles are the final result of this tracking by creating a new language.
Abstract keeps him focused on a quest for unlimited and unknown psychological territories as a springboard for the imagination.