ARNO

Arno SEBBAN-Willer (born in 1975) graduated from the National Superior School of Industrial Creation Workshops in 2000. He evolves between design and sculpture, form and fonction. Researcher, he enjoys playing with the feelings, the unconscious of anyone who encounters one of its objects. His works are born from mixtures of materials and ideas t...

Arno SEBBAN-Willer (born in 1975) graduated from the National Superior School of Industrial Creation Workshops in 2000. He evolves between design and sculpture, form and fonction. Researcher, he enjoys playing with the feelings, the unconscious of anyone who encounters one of its objects. His works are born from mixtures of materials and ideas that inhabit his world. His research seeks to translate the movements of heaviness and lightness. Forms such facts to be looked at and touched the body, causing canal intercourse. The current work explores the body and their associated shadows. Of elongated shapes, fluid characterize his work on the crowds.

Independent designer  since 2002, he collaborated with Saint Gobain, l'esprit & le vin, Lanvin, Lexon, Richard SA, Hediard, MHL distribution, Pictogramme and sees his sculptures incorporate ARP museum collections and private collections. He exhibited at the exhibition of contemporary art in Hamburg (2006), theChristofle museum  (2008),  Art in Chicago (2008)...

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The artworks of Arno were presented to us by one of his friends who, while traveling in Bordeaux, visited us. The work done on the shadows projection aroused my curiosity and I went to deepen the approach of the artist. Always dynamic and open, Arno offered to work with us but we did not introduce his work until 2 years later because there were few pieces available, the artist being "victim" of his success. For several years now we have the privilege of making you discover his work that always meets the public. Neat works, Arno continues to create contemporary sculptures that play with shapes, materials, shadows and allow everyone a personal appropriation.

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