Movement, volume, texture and patina dictate how the artist realizes his graphic works. His sculpture, imposing and powerful, transforms once again through a two-dimensional medium. Nevertheless, the work does not loose its volume nor its presence. Photographed under multiple angles, Venet reworks with charcoal or an oil stick, the image of the sculpture that the viewer can then rediscover. Once again, Venet transcends his materials to create novelty and the unexpected.
In Undetermined Line of 1986, Venet touches upon his beginnings with the use of modest materials, such as charcoal that references the coal and the tar that he transformed into art works. Through his graphic works, he defies perspective and perception to give a new interpretation to his sculptures.