Drager Meurtant (1951) is biomedical researcher and art lover. In creative moments, I compose poems, sculptures (assemblages) or collages. As autodidact and experienced carpenter, I use the circle saw next to the jig-saw, and natural materials (wood, stone) in addition to construction material. Much of the basic elements are from demolition- / remnant materials ("recycling art"). The juxtaposition of different materials produces tension not stress. However, looking at structures, compositions, during the process of shape-giving, I seek to strike-out a simple suit of illusions.
Essay on creating assemblages: http://www.axonjournal.com.au/issue-9/assemblages
Other essays with views or reviews on art: www.dragermeurtant.wordpress.com.
Member of the International Society of Assemblage and Collage Artists
In February 2014 honored to be accepted with artworks by ARTLYST.
Supporting London Platform Free Fossil Fund: to make culture free from sponsoring by fossil fuel industries.