Guillaume Leblon is a sculptor, who questions the vocabulary of forms – he uses material encompassing copper alloy of tin and zinc, flows like water, lightning, smoke, and space to express notions of landscape and weightlessness. During an exhibition at Sonsbeek in the Netherlands, Leblon proposed the work "Temps libre" (Free Time) (2001), a jump from three floors of the tallest building in Arnhem. His works function as indices, in form, references or emotions, creating a very special atmosphere which reflects his interest in modernism that he defines as "a total art that includes a real time." In Leblon's work, perception of space by the viewer is often precarious and ambiguous due to subtle alterations.
Guillaume Leblon was born in 1971 in Lille, France. He lives and works in Paris.