Jean-Luc Moerman is a Brussels artist born in 1967. His line, so recognizable, is similar to tattoo motifs. There is something primitive about his flexible designs that intersect and repeat themselves endlessly. The tattoo exceeded all expectations. He took his freedom… Moerman's drawing is viral, it seems ready to invade everything: restricted space of the canvas, widened space of the walls, private space, public space.
Thus, this flexible gesture of drawing, so ancient, so perennial, is inscribed in the present, the moment, the here and now: the city, the objects, the photos. Without taking himself seriously, with disconcerting ease, the artist places his mark on the elements of his environment. He takes possession of it and makes himself visible.