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Through different mediums, Romuald Dumas-Jandolo replays autobiographical scenes or revisits certain periods of art history that are dear to him, particularly the time of the Counter-Reformation and tenebrism in Byzantium, where monks and scholars debated the gender of the angels. His work, tinged with a baroque aesthetic and influenced by the performing arts, shows a tormented, hybrid, exuberant world where flesh and emphasis on the body transcend and summon the sense of the sublime.
In his gargantuan but highly sensitive practice, Romuald Dumas-Jandolo explores the question of gender and the convictions linked to our lifestyles, to our moral coil. The artist likes to question his subjects’ inner world, including his own, by playing with removing every type of egocentrism or stigmatism, in an attempt to reveal their very essences.
The artist residency programme is organised by the CAC - la synagogue de Delme in collaboration with the Lorraine Regional Natural Park and the Commune of Lindre-Basse.