Photographer: Stéphane Stribick

The series “Les Recomposés Paysagés” (“Recomposed Landscapes”) «ReComPa» 2015-2019

In his numerous quests for places, he has accumulated many photographs, enough to create a library of landscaped moments.

Le RecomposeuR helps us rediscover these places:

Secret spaces on a street shrouded by twilight... A cathedral uprooted by time... A palace floating into the sky...

He questions the “hidden forms” of these places everywhere; he searches for the magic formula... until he solves the mystery through a graphic composition, as unexpected as it is timeless.

Like a scientist in his laboratory, Le RecomposeuR manipulates, compiles and fuses digital molecules to create a chemical reaction... and so landscapes are revealed in surreality.

"I believe in the future resolution of these two states, dream and reality, which are seemingly so contradictory, into a kind of absolute reality, a surreality, if one may so speak." “A. Breton - Manifesto of Surrealism.

Experiencing form through a chance encounter:

Experiencing a place that you have already explored... The emotion attached to a memory you are seeking... Dreaming of a rediscovered landscape...

Practising alchemy creates a new vision...

Between reality and fiction, an infinite combination of possibilities is recreated.

A fortuitous collection of topographic fragments telescoped together, where distances are abolished, where I assign meaning because I provide it with the dignity of a formal system and because I treat it, in short, as the equal of a work of art” André Corbo - L’espace et le detour

Stéphane Stribick was born in 1979 in Saint-Etienne, France. He now lives and works in Saint-Etienne and Paris.

Stéphane Stribick, a visual artist known as ‘RecomposeuR", devised a methodology for understanding the urban environment and developing tools for interpreting the city while completing the second year of his master’s degree in "Public Space".

His professional background has provided him with experience in the fields of architecture, urban planning and urban exploration.

His multidisciplinary practice is reflected in his photography, urban art and space design.

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