Artist Painter living in Guadeloupe, born in 1961, titular of the Higher National Diploma of Visual Art, Jocelyn Akwaba Matignon researches the multiple facets of his origins. His triangular course (Europe-Africa-America) is a quest of the Being, a research and a permanent questioning of the magic of the world and the mystery of the life.
Jocelyn Akwaba Matignon is a great reader, he conducts research on sacred geometry, the myths of Mesoamerica, the Native American spirituality, the alchemical quest, symbolic numbers, the strength of Mother Earth, on the unseen or revealed to our consciousness, the illusion of the visible world. He takes us into the space of the subtle and the unspeakable.
THE SYMBOLISM OF HIS LOGO
At first sight, his triangular logo symbolizes his journey between Europe, Africa and America. No doubt, too, it symbolizes water, female, the trinity, the three alchemical principles, the perception of the invisible.
HIS CHARACTER : “KIOUKAN”
His “Kioukan” (Who—Where—When) imaginary character with multiple members and a strange head, became in his painting mystical consciousness who questions about our place in space and time, and is used to reveal or hide what we call reality, appearances. It is WhoWhereWhen the WWW circulating on the web.