NoArt is a French artist born in 1965. First, he spent the first part of his artistic career recreating and revisiting impossible worlds, linked to the teeming imaginaries of Jules Vernes or J. M. Barrie, in a Steam Punk aesthetic, close to the urban scene and other subcultures, while making gaps in all the other directions offered to his imagination.
From this period, NoArt keeps the taste of fun and the re-enchantment of an imperfect world. For the past 10 years, the luminokinetic universe has burst into the artist’s practice, which he falsely transposes into the field of design, sometimes with a kitsch aesthetic, to better divert the codes of contemporary society.
Bling, rhinestones and sequins that seem to reflect money and power are in the spotlight, NoArt creates nose-feet. Thus, from its safes (luminous mirrors reflecting infinite wealth), armoured rickshaws (symbol of the point of tension between the poor and the wealthy), Offshore Machines (washing machines for laundering money), through ATMs, to the real scale vault, NoArt sets out the excesses of obsession and thirst for money.