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Pierre Kiandjan is an artist based in Paris, France.
As Pierre is selecting color mixes, he aims to create illusion of motion, space, and temperature. The challenge consists in gathering simple shapes within complicated blendings. His pieces reveal a clear use of color shades and broken lines. His main influences include futuristic pieces of architecture invented by Mœbius, radiances of light diffracted by Barbara Kasten’s mirrors, living compositions sculpted by Jean Arp, and rhythmic gracefulness drawn by Victor Vasarely. This way, he tries to shake things up a little in the realm of Optical Art.