Vilder’s work is centered around the concept of movement and its temporary aspect. For him the movement is a changing state, a mutation from a physical, psychological state to another, individual or collective and the evolution of forms in their proportions, colors and textures.
Roger Vilder was born in Lebanon in 1938, he lives and works between Paris, Nîmes and Montreal. His works are in both private and public collections, and often in international exhibitions.
“The magic of movement has always fascinated me and continues to motivate my work. My works are an expression of the simplest geometric elements, such as the line, the square, the rectangle, the triangle and polygon. These elements are driven by a mechanical movement within a variable temporary cycle.”