G-J Maillé as an artist expresses himself mostly with sculptures, in all sizes. Some paint-works, some photography…
Inspiration is found in “life”, his life, your life, human life…and all what is already (perfectly) created by nature…by material…and by shape. Inspired by the past and personal experiences…inspired by the future, and what to want from it… What “time” does….the decay…the transience of life.
He wants to capture the tention of the positive and the negative in one sculpture. There’s no beauty, without the ugly….there is no light, without the darkness, there is no start, without and ending.
He likes the art-viewers to decide for themselves…is it someone who is held, or is it someone who breaks loose ? Is it ugly broken…or is it beautiful fixed ? Is it “Hello”, or is it “Goodbye” ?
And the outcome of that…does that say something about the artists intentions ? Or does that say something about the viewer ?
“Wabi-Sabi…seeing (and seeking) beauty in imperfection. All things including us and life itself, are impermanent, incomplete, and imperfect. Perfection is impossible and embracing impermanence is the only way.”