Jean Louis Corby
Jean Louis Corby's work is best described as Geometric Elegance.
I feel it is particularly difficult, if not impossible to say or write anything that is likely to make sense about Corby's work while trying to remain distant and vigilant. That means that each contact of any length with one or more of this works is a highly individual experience: like passing something by, if one doesn't watch out, which goes without saying, or being struck by a movement, a shape, a sense of rhythm, a detail, a symbol. In that case, one would not be able to form an assessment based on the opinion of someone else, because both the detail (hands and feet) and the abstract nature (rhythm in general) or the composition of shapes assume or provoke an entirely personal point of view.