Gregory Dupont finds his inspiration at the antipodes of his conscience.
The marriage of bronze and crystal, like yin and yang, the cube and the sphere symbolize this opposition.
They are stretched and twisted in a statuary combining dynamism and balance, contrast and unity, duality and harmony.
To put it simply, one must first be fair. He is looking for this rightness in himself and in the curves of his works, in such flat facets that to see our reflection would plunge us into thoughts as intimate as universal.
This idealistic Cartesian hopes that this fuzzy world becomes as clear as the crystal that he polishes for hours to reveal all its transparency.
His lustrous bronzes send us back to our own facets and antagonisms.
With works sometimes at the limit of abstraction, he invites us to timeless meditations.