Freedom, Movement, Paradox and Energy are words that best describe Antoinette Rozan and her work.
Both an artist and a kinesiologist, she gives form to Emotions and Movement to Matter. Each of her works is an ode to Existence, as to be living means to be in perpetual Movement, Joyfulness and Love, just like her sculptures. Her creations open our hearts to self-respect and respect for others.
Matter takes shape in a vibe of Energy and an explosion of colour. After 15 years in China, immersed in the 5 elements, she mixes earth and water, works metal in fire, her ink paintings come to life on paper, and air can be felt in the movement she gives to each of her works. Her creations open our hearts to self-respect and respect for others.
With impaired vision, she brings dimension to all of her sculptures. As a child, she grew up hunched in a corset; as an adult, she now gives Freedom and endless movement to her sculptures.
Her series named FREE has been declined in multiple colours and can be positioned in endless ways. Calligraphy balances on three points of contact in an unlikely equilibrium, and rises like a free-thinking spirit. Her bronze sculptures give an impression of lightness using both emptiness and fullness. They are a reflection of our lives. Set in our ways, we should move perpetually. From a family of artists, she revisits Art, Qi (life, breath, energy) and Tekton (the craftsman, the sculptor) in her own way.
She is inspired by universal symbols, carrying messages of Love, Peace, Life: a call to self orientate in order to love others. She expresses the complexity of life with great simplicity : a huge and obvious heart, a call to self love.
Her work is a joyful mirror that opens spirits and hearts and her dearest desire is to create Emotion. Committed towards a call for more Love, her works are universal banners to say: "remember to love yourself in order to love others". Her artworks embodies the search for a subtle balance between the body and the energy that surrounds it, the mind and the heart.
Today, she creates upon different media, with different materials: ink on paper, bronze, silicone or resin. Sheexplores life in 2D or 3D, through monumental sculptures and paintings that are welcoming and joyful.
The great success of her first exhibition in France in 2005, and of Sin Sin Gallery’s Trust in Hong Kong, convinced her to devote herself to her art. Overthe past 15 years, she has displayed her art in various places, from the most prestigious to the more intimate, in France and abroad. Her works have been showed in museums (Hong Kong Museum of Medicine and Sciences), fairs(Affordable Art Fair in Hong Kong) or in public places (Cité Radieuse du Corbusier, Clinique Saint Martin in Marseille).