Amine Amharech's s art is considered an investigation into the orthogonal engendered and architectural devices, and the organic landscape in which it is situated within. It is an exploded view of architecture and cloud, creating a fractal of multiple structures, yet thought of as sculptures.
The design-led research proposes to explore the design of architectural fractals as art pieces. Art and architecture share a conceptually blurred relationship in Amine Amharech’s work. Conceiving forms as an architectural intervention on how to actively initiate the shapes of clouds.
His artworks explore the realm between architecture and art through the creative and critical process of speculative architectural cartography.
The principal aim of the architect/artist’s intervention is to investigate how the form car creates a place structure and its meaning.
He explores the complex relationship and limited condition that exists between new perspectives of memory and architecture.
The architect’s work and design gesture push the envelope of drawing in architecture as a mixed media of virtual and physical forms into architecture’s future spatial dexterity. A vision of Contemporary art.
Temporality is a key paradigm in Amine Amharech's works and creations. In "what holds the clouds" he is clearly defining how a form can escape from its first construction & design to vanish in the air of "no design".
Note: on Wednesday, November 16 at 14:00, transportation will be provided from Tbilisi Ambassadori Hotel to Kachreti for those who want to see the exhibition.
Please write to us in advance, so we can reserve your seat.