The M.A.D.Gallery is pleased to present 14 luminous robots by parisian artist Bruno Lefèvre-Brauer better known as +Brauer.
These retro-futuristic works, gathered in the collection “Viva la Robolución” perfectly illustrate how +Brauer succeeds in creating art today from yesterday’s materials.
The art form he uses is called upcycling: an admirable concept that keeps objects, recover and reuse them. Born from that one might be called poetic resistance to over-consumption, the sculptures of the artist are made of components, mainly from the 50s and 60s, he chooses them for their industrial past. Marked by time and featuring a unique patina, these components give robots character and make them even more attractive aesthetically.
Each robot sculpture is a unique piece equipped with a custom lighting system, also created from recycled materials. At night, the sculptures are dressed in a poetic light.
A graduate in Graphic Arts, +Brauer exercises as an artist graphic designer, painter and sculptor for over 20 years. His style is heavily influenced by his passion for science fiction novels, comics and American series, but also by Japanese robots he collected for 20 years.
We invite you to discover all the details of the exhibition on the website of the M.A.D.Gallery.