Archive of: Chirot, David-Baptiste

14 by David-Baptiste Chirot

The first work of David-Baptiste Chirot's that I remember seeing was his pieces at the Vispo at Durban Segnini Gallery show curated by Carlos M. Luis, the web presentation of which is hosted by I fell in love with it immediately.

Others have written about his work with more eloquence than I am capable of, he gives a wicked interview, and he's got his own blog chock full of visual poetry and two essays well worth the reading--UNREADABILITY On the Road from Alexia to Zaum, and, Necessity is the Motherfucker of Invention--so I'll just step out of the way and do what I feel most comfortable doing, serving up some choice examples.

These images are thumbnails, reduced by 50%. Please click on them to view the larger images, there is detail worth soaking up.