LeJobart is a professional artist duet based in Florida, USA. We gather communities, we listen, we observe, we create interventions to enhance your enviroment.
We create unique features in your life and space.
Our endless creativity with your world.
We accomplish your wishes within your time frame.
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Aided by her “contagious enthusiasm”, Muriente has embarked in creating collaborative cross-disciplinary live art projects under the lens of Urban Acupuncture. Through the process of grounded theory, she identifies a story or “local knowledge” from which inspiration to create a small-scale intervention serves as a catalyst to transform the larger urban context. These subtle interventions can resonate into a broader impact on the collective subconscious of those living in the city. Muriente’s creativity focuses on happenings, performance art, art installations, and live art in both solo shows and in directing others as a group in collaborative work. As an Instructor in Urban Planning at FAU, she works with students on short-term “Urban Intervention” assignment, which are 1:1 scale installation and performance pieces held outdoors in the urban landscape. As an artist, she likes to reveal and interprets the narrative found in the urban realm.
My “Alley Dude” humanoid sculptures exploit a concept that I deem as eloquent as speech, Body Language. Its intuitiveness ignores knowledge, transcends cultures, it is universal. Alley Dudes are colorful contemporary interpretations of thought and action through candid, yet precisely organized lines and shapes. These figures literally talk to the observer, when several are used in a display they become performers that entice the public to engage in the “conversation”. The lightness of their message reaches spectators of all ages, they are fun, distracting and bright beings. The simplicity of their concept, yet intricate designs will guide you into completing the piece by imagining the details of their facial expressions and hand gestures. They are built with high pressure plumbing PVC tubes and fittings. For each conceptual sculpture, the articulation and colors are always finalized with consideration of the display location and of its users so that they fully integrate the site.
Alley Dudes are light, perfectly suited for the outdoors and can even be submerged. From inches to 20 feet in height they are free standing, can easily be secured to the ground, and attached to walls or harmlessly to trees. To insure stability, their bottom sections can be filled with concrete to lower their center of gravity and their top portions with expanded foam to fill any void.
Béju’s necessity to create is driven by the challenge of the unknown through which he expresses himself. Self-taught, he started mocking his environment by carving wooden “trompe l’oeil”. These finely detailed creations are so deceptive; they are real until you touch them. Beju “knits, melts, bends, stitches” wood, brings it to life by carving critters. The next phase of his creativity involved considering interactions of shapes of various recycled materials mainly stainless steel tubes and wooden pallets. This work is grounded in Descartes’ famous “Cogito ergo sum” (I think Therefore I am). Through it, Descartes explains that the simple fact of questioning our own existence proves that we do exist. Expanding from this quote Beju’s modus operandi has become “Cogito, ergo sum, ERGO FACIO” (I think, therefore I am, THEREFORE I ACT). Dwelling on this premise his sculptures illustrate the intricate and variable scale of involvement of Thought versus Action as they both progress in inseparable unison within us. More recently, Beju has created a much more ludic form of expression “Alley Dudes”. Born in the alley, Alley Dudes were inspired by his fascination for Paleolithic cave art found in his home country, France. Profoundly, attached to the origins of human art, these PVC sculptures are a contemporary interpretation of body language through candid line forms. The power of their expression engages the viewer to complete the piece by imagining its details such as facial expressions and hand gestures.
Sculptures of stainless steel and wood
see Action and Conscience interact
PVC Sculptures small or monumental
illustrating human body language.
Artsy transport pallets.
Involving you and your community
we recognize the challenges,
determine their origins,
customized to your unique situation
so that their effects will radiate
You tell us where,
You tell us who,
You tell us why
what and how.
Then we realize your project