Antoine Dufilho is a French sculptor born in 1987.
As a child, he was introduced to the plastic arts by his great-uncle Jacques, an actor, artist and Bugatti collector.
After graduating from the École d’Architecture et de Paysage in Lille, he developed a new approach to sculpture.
Self-taught, he experimented with different molding and welding techniques to gradually build up his artistic aesthetic.
Like a sportsman, Antoine Dufilho is always on the lookout for new challenges. Articulating his art around the notion of speed, he offers a kinetic vision of a static object.
His work consists in creating an alternation of symmetry and asymmetry, breaking down forms into successive strata.
This sequenced representation, combined with the spectator’s movements, creates an impressive optical illusion.