by ROMAIN FROQUET
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Look up ! These two monumental mural frescos were specifically designed for Muse by the young French artist Romain Froquet. He first started to work in a studio but soon he realized that his search for movement had to be extended to a larger scale, to the street. Romain Froquet can be perceived as a street artist. For Muse, he comes back behind walls to establish a dialogue between the two frescoes.
Look at these lines. Do you recognize his different sources of inspiration ? His graphic work was carried out by satellite photographs of the metropolitan area of Metz and most particularly the Metz highway. If the colorful interlacing is a mapping of the links and connections generated by the urban movements, as he likes to say, the rhythm of the lines carries out an energy that echoes the life of Muse. The brilliant contrast of the primary colors of the frescoes, predominantly red or yellow, gives dynamic to the apparently spontaneous gestures. The artist used acrylic paint and spray bottles to paint the inner architecture of Muse. His abstraction expresses the very deep meaning of freedom of creation that each and every can feel by looking at theses frescoes.