Vincent Fecteau

The artist Vincent Fecteau lives and works in San Francisco. He is best known for his modestly sized abstract sculptures. He makes them by hand using papier-mâché, plaster, and clay. And also he uses such common items as rubber bands, seashells, and string. Their incongruous forms, unnerving color schemes, and often unsettling details are the result of numerous formal decisions made during the sculpting process. 

‘I start with a form, I change that form, I change it again, I change it again. It either looks more like something or less like something. If it goes too close to looking like one thing, I move it away to look like something else. The idea is that it never quite settles into any one way of being read. That it can be all those things.’ — Vincent Fecteau

Collage has also played a central role in Fecteau’s art since the beginning of his career. His collages typically combine images (clippings from architecture magazines, photographs by the artist) with materials such as cardboard and found pieces of wood or rope to create shallow reliefs. The effect is often an ambiguous sense of depth and an oscillation between abstract and domestic space.

 

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