Carried by a cultural heritage of mixed blood from the Caribbean, Africa and Europe, I research
stories that I bring back to my contemporaneity. In the thought process, I am committed to
remembrances, wether or not related to historical fact, to collective memory; this is the Land I
plough. For me, it is a question of testing the memory of a reading, a picture, a word, a gesture or a
sound and to perform a macroscopic and microscopic analysis. Thus, in my practice that uses
several mediums, I try to bring out new thoughts.
Born in 1986 in Guadeloupe and currently living in Caribbean islands, Geordy Zodidat Alexis is a
committed multidisciplinary artist. His artistic practice touches various mediums ranging from
drawing to performance through installation and writing. Graduate in plastic expression from the
Montpellier School of Fine Arts, he discuss societal themes in his works, including the question of
living together and memory. As an artist of intermingling and hybridization, Geordy Zodidat Alexis
works on language and memory, on the intimate link between history, collective memory and
personal remembrance. Based on a reflexive approach, he questions his multiple cultural heritage
(Caribbean, Africa and Europe) to bring out new thoughts.
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