• His sculp­tures

His sculp­tures

The rela­tion­ship between paint­ing and sculp­ture demands that there is an inter­ac­tion between both dis­ci­plines where each takes account of the other. Here, Godon projects the vol­ume and sub­stance of his paint­ing and adds a spa­tial three-​dimensional qual­ity and tac­tile acces­si­bil­ity to his sculp­tures. This con­fronta­tion between the men­tal, his paint­ing, and the phys­i­cal, his sculp­ture, lends a sen­sory dimen­sion to his art that is astound­ingly powerful.