Marc-Antoine Girondeau, mag, lives in Paris. Member of the House of Artists since July 2014, he has followed no artistic training, preferring self-study at art school conventions. He worked one year with André Robillard, the outsider artist re- vealed by Jean Dubuffet, then with Agnès Varda who would teach him photography and support him in his early work.
mag honors color as a tool for narration, removing the veil, that of Bergson, in the easing of daily life and the revelation of its essence compared to the object captured at first sight. The shapes and colors, thus transfigured, offer in terms of deviation, paths of consciousness towards the bewilderment of the imaginary aspect of their essence