For a young painter aware of his History, the canvas must be the space of a request, a space for negotiation of new borders, a place of commitment and unlearning, a place to disappear and finally, a territory for testing the taste. The canvas is the scene of a fight between the layers and the plans, colorful mismatch, struggles of patterns and shapes. The painting of Nicolas Pesquier reflects an experimental approach and is concerned by an historical thinking and social matters. These geopolitics on free-moving cloth which aims to revive the pictorial gesture is found in a painting made on printed fabrics.
His painting is built by an experimental protocol, using everyday object to produce patterns and abstract shapes. He reinvents different kind of substrate according to the context.
Recently, Nicolas Pesquier is searching to stage his work, assembling different type of object, melting it among installations.