Optical Art is a term used to describe certain practical and artistic searches made from the 60s, and exploiting the fallibility of the eye through optical illusions and games.
The works are always abstract. The most famous pieces are made of black and white and give the impression of movement, burst of light and vibration or alternating movements.
These visual solicitations place the viewer’s body in an unstable position, between pleasure and displeasure, immersed in dizziness close to lightly drunkenness. “
L’Atlas works with the aerosol with the first inspiration of the classical Arabic calligraphy and of the urban construction.
Sébastien Preschoux, influenced by the optical art and the teachings of the Bauhaus, proposes works on paper using traditional tools.
Tanc offers a vibratory work, musical based on the line and the frequency.