Considered today as one of the street art rising international stars, Felipe Pantone, 31, presents his exhibition in France " Dynamic phenomena". As the "son of the internet" as he says himself, Pantone goes beyond the notion of outdoor spaces and connects projects: monumental frescoes, paintings, sculptures and intricate installations. Influenced by the Internet era, fed by new technologies, he imagines his geometric subjects on modeling software, taking up the aesthetics of 3D creation, which he then reproduces in XXL format or on canvases. He brings them to life by superimposing his installations into disturbing optic illusions that have the same effect as an explosion or an electric shock.
In a powerful dynamic, Pantone spreads on the walls with his futuristic style with psychedelic accents that evokes Italian Futurism. Added to it are abstract and stroboscopic touches articulating black and white geometric shapes that he combines with bright metallic colors, reminiscent of the television test pattern. Like a visual explosion that comes with a certain brutality, his work is to link to kinetic art, in the footsteps of Victor Vasarely or Carlos Cruz-Diez (who recently gave Pantone his outspoken support).