Research engineer, specialized in the design of scientific instrumentation, Michel Bugaud turned aside his working tool to become a computer artist ...
Appropriating the skills of his computer to control randomness, it swapped brushes and palette for digital art.
Introducing the 'chance' in the digital design programs that he develops on his computer, he began to explore the creative process by trying to tame and 'creative intuition-inspiration.'
Working in parallel by two methods, he obtained two different types of works which do not dissimilar. On one side there is the choice for a concrete art, inherited from Mondrian, based on the assembly of simple geometric shapes and then the other, a more organic direction using photographs which are then reworked to almost disappear ... deliberately presented without explanation, the viewer is free to let his imagination get away.