Eric Hibelot

Eric Hibelot judiciously scrutinizes trends. His favourite matter, his plastic codes, his chromatic range is efficient, simple and recurrent : he works on white porcelain, sometimes on two dimensions, in the manner of postcards or paintings, preferably chooses round shapes which fill up the hand, builds up pieces by plaques as tiny as they may be, attempts to overhang, unbalance “round bottoms” in the fashion of Culbuto toys ; he is fond of swathes of primary colours, notably blue, the effects of matt and shiny contrasted surfaces and the rays stemming directly from the textile world. His work refers to supermarkets containers ; by making unique, the artist repairs the flaws of the consumption society.

                                                                                  Stéphanie Le Follic-Hadida – Catalogue Perturbations