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  • Опубліковано 1 сер 2022
  • Today we're talking about Olivier de Sagazan, a man who came into the public eye with his brilliant but terrifying art piece "Transfiguration"
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КОМЕНТАРІ • 309

  • @theendboss4849
    @theendboss4849 Рік тому +681

    His art looks better than half of these new horror films that come out and rely mostly on CGI

    • @Starshine758
      @Starshine758 Рік тому +10

      TRuE

    • @MooPics9898
      @MooPics9898 10 місяців тому +4

      What's wrong with CGI exactly?

    • @sarahbelle81
      @sarahbelle81 10 місяців тому +13

      leave it to film nerds to hate on CGI literally every single opportunity they get
      in fact, why is every yt comment section full of comments along the lines of "still better than 90% of modern ________" like wtf

    • @CarrierRants
      @CarrierRants 10 місяців тому +4

      Frr, there’s almost no good horror movies anymore. My fav has always been Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974), the practical effects are top tier! The 2021 TCM is amazing use of CGI the blood, the flayed faces, the guts n shit. Amazing.
      Edit: CGI horror movies now are just shitty.

    • @mabeylane7163
      @mabeylane7163 9 місяців тому +5

      @@sarahbelle81 cgi is great in certain contexts but i feel like with horror, and especially body horror there's a certain quality that you just can't replicate with cgi and personally, I never find cgi as scary.

  • @robbytheatomicengineer5749
    @robbytheatomicengineer5749 Рік тому +416

    he would make a great artist in the horror genre

    • @masonman8182
      @masonman8182 7 місяців тому +3

      Your right

    • @lancephilipgarcia8535
      @lancephilipgarcia8535 5 місяців тому +3

      I think he already worked with some film producers on making films. I don't really remember tho... He does have an official website.

  • @eddiekonig8489
    @eddiekonig8489 Рік тому +492

    This guy would totally fit in a Tool video.

    • @billamanda7168
      @billamanda7168 Рік тому +19

      I was actually just thinking this very same thing.

    • @supremeghost7950
      @supremeghost7950 Рік тому +11

      Should be included in the music videos for either "Chocolate Chip Trip" or "Culling Voices."

    • @MetalizedButt
      @MetalizedButt Рік тому +15

      More like Rammstein

    • @bruhmoment5974
      @bruhmoment5974 Рік тому +3

      yes!!!!

    • @te9591
      @te9591 Рік тому +5

      Ikr, Tool actuqlly drew a lot from the Brothers Quay and from a Japanese dance called Butoh.

  • @VxssxlSlxyer
    @VxssxlSlxyer Рік тому +131

    Fun Fact: Olivier is the same guy that plays the Skin Taker in Channel Zero's Candle Cove

    • @johnnydjiurkopff
      @johnnydjiurkopff 10 місяців тому +7

      This man has had such an interesting relationship with the creepypasta community

    • @te9591
      @te9591 4 місяці тому

      Candle Love?

  • @VortexKiller2
    @VortexKiller2 Рік тому +138

    The gateway of the mind creepypasta was legendary back in the day when we all thought this was real.

    • @Casandraelf
      @Casandraelf 10 місяців тому +3

      I remember mrcreepypasta using it as footage for his reading of it

  • @FlasKamel
    @FlasKamel Рік тому +130

    I'm generally not a fan of performance art or whatever this is, but EVERY single video you've dropped has covered the exceptions & my favorite topics. It's crazy! Saw a video of this guy when I was young and it haunted me. First rediscovered him in a fan-made video for a song by TOBACCO.

  • @mischa6966
    @mischa6966 Рік тому +77

    I just want to know how he breathes under all that clay

  • @ArtistLisaM
    @ArtistLisaM Рік тому +181

    I'm happy to see you covering Olivier and his work. I'm an artist myself, so I get wanting to find ways to take art to the next level. Each artist's method is their own, and this was Olivier's. Hopefully this will get more people to see him as something more than "That guy from the creepy dank web videos".

    • @l.av.h7812
      @l.av.h7812 11 місяців тому

      The life of an artist is a long arduous journey along with making the art, becoming recognised by the public is the hardest part of an artist life's.

  • @racheltheehermit7314
    @racheltheehermit7314 Рік тому +84

    Cool to hear the story behind this video and his philosophy behind the art. It’s nice when the Internet finds these relatively obscure art pieces and makes them go viral.

  • @cthulusauce
    @cthulusauce 11 місяців тому +9

    I went to art school for a short period of my life, when I was studying Francis Bacon’s art, my professor showed me Olivier’s work. I really enjoy his work. Thank you for the video

  • @rabbitsrefuse
    @rabbitsrefuse Рік тому +59

    I purchased a few of his prints a few years back and absolutely adore them. His art spoke to me from the first moment I saw a video. I am so happy to see you covering his work. I get tired of seeing him get what is essentially creepypasta status for his amazing performance art.

    • @TheVioletBunny
      @TheVioletBunny Рік тому +1

      What a waste of money

    • @rabbitsrefuse
      @rabbitsrefuse Рік тому +7

      @@TheVioletBunny not to me, but to each their own.

    • @VortexKiller2
      @VortexKiller2 Рік тому +1

      I actually think the creepypasta is one of the greats honestly

    • @rabbitsrefuse
      @rabbitsrefuse Рік тому

      @@VortexKiller2 I think the neat part about it is that it introduces his art to new audiences. That’s never a bad thing. Whether you love it or hate it is subjective, but anything that brings people to something they haven’t seen or heard before is just tops. Kind of like kids getting into music because it’s in a show like Stranger Things.
      I find the deep web/creepypasta “lore” behind his work irritating because it detracts from what he is actually doing and trying to present to his audience. But if you can push past that and find more of his work to take in, it was worth it.

    • @VortexKiller2
      @VortexKiller2 Рік тому +2

      @@rabbitsrefuse I'm not trying to relate or associate the creepypasta to his art.
      I'm praising the art of the creepypasta story, whether that includes me praising his work doesn't really matter to me, I just really enjoy the "loss of all senses and connecting to god" story of the creepypasta.
      And no I'm not religious, I just really like the depiction of it in the story.

  • @charmicarmicat2981
    @charmicarmicat2981 Рік тому +21

    If been following Sazagan for seven ish years. If anyone else did this, I would think they’d be someone who just wants to be like a tiktok influencer or something like that.
    These pieces he does with his face are insane and one of the most original ideas I’ve ever seen an artist do without it being insincere or hacked. His work reminds me of the German expressionism or something, I don’t know. I just really respect this guys work and I don’t know anyone else who could pull this off

  • @_foxpuppet
    @_foxpuppet Рік тому +50

    Found a new artist to adore today! Also, I just want to say how much I love the recent focus you've had on art. It's such a rich topic and your coverage is thoughtful and engaging. The mainstream opinion of art, especially performance art, as a waste of time or pretentious because people are terrified of being "wrong" and so refuse to engage with anything interpretive or abstract is exhausting to a sad old art-kid like myself. I look forward to re/discovering more artists through your videos!

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  Рік тому +5

      Thank you! Really glad you enjoy the new videos

    • @sadespoppies8954
      @sadespoppies8954 Рік тому

      @@deburke321 I have questions about the spiritual relm ?

    • @sadespoppies8954
      @sadespoppies8954 Рік тому

      Do u believe u have a side? In it at all?

    • @sadespoppies8954
      @sadespoppies8954 Рік тому

      I saw ur tic toc video and it looked like a demon in the forest. What's ur take?

    • @sadespoppies8954
      @sadespoppies8954 Рік тому

      This video on art was very dark.....I couldn't finish it. Do u love it or is it work?

  • @JohnRollercoasterJr
    @JohnRollercoasterJr Рік тому +7

    Don’t know if you’ll read this but I’ve been a fan since the creepy images video you made a few years back. Really happy to see your channel where it is now. You’ve inspired me to make content. Don’t ever stop making videos 🔥

  • @MrVuJaDe
    @MrVuJaDe Рік тому +18

    Hey Deburke, I wanted to thank you for doing these great videos ❤️ I'm in love with outsider artists and you're doing such an fine job exposing them to a larger audience

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  Рік тому +1

      Thank you I really appreciate it!

  • @ordinaryhand
    @ordinaryhand Рік тому +25

    i love to see performance art talked about with respect. so many people think of it as a joke or an example of a waste of art funding. i think the popularity of marina abramovic has helped demystify perfornance art a lot. but there can still be a lot of dismissal of performances that make people uncomfortable. melati suryodarmo takes a lot of flak online for her work, i think because people imagine artists do what they do in dead seriousness, whereas i think it's possible for the artist to acknowledge or even play on the humour of doing something weird - humour and joy and awkwardness can be a side effect or can even be part of what the performance interrogates. sometimes we as the audience should try to just sit with those feelings a bit more.

  • @jayvance1314
    @jayvance1314 Рік тому +5

    I have been binging your channel so much the past few days. Literally only watching your channel for the most part. You're gonna blow up dude. Foreal, just keep grinding and never give up! You are incredibly gifted at what you do.

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  Рік тому

      Thanks so much I really appreciate it!

  • @misspretty8969
    @misspretty8969 Рік тому +5

    I remember when this was a viral video, so good to hear the actual background story.

  • @aaaduccs6667
    @aaaduccs6667 11 місяців тому +2

    People like him makes me love art so much, thank u so much for covering this

  • @lsudx479
    @lsudx479 Рік тому +6

    This is awesome. I can't stop watching the process. And it's got a feeling of madness behind it. A visual representation of how the mind thinks in psychosis. I liked it.

  • @Betweentheatoms
    @Betweentheatoms Рік тому +16

    Thank you for bringing him to light. I have never stumbled upon his work, but im facinated! Love your videos!

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  Рік тому +2

      Thanks a million, glad you enjoyed!

  • @JSchaffer214
    @JSchaffer214 Рік тому +15

    I'm a big fan of the band Tool. His work reminds me of something I would see in one of their videos which are produced by their guitarist Adam Jones. Jones himself worked on a number of Hollywood movies in the 80's and early 90's as a visual/make up artist and sculptor prior to Tool becoming a major band. Here is an excerpt from his Wiki:
    "After graduation, he went to work at Rick Lazzarini's Character Shop. During the next two years, he worked on the TV show Monsters. He designed and fabricated a Grim Reaper makeup and a zombie head on a spike (later used in Ghostbusters II) among others. After that, he went to Stan Winston's special effects workshop, where he worked on Predator 2, sculpting a unique-looking skull for the Predator's spaceship interior.[4]
    Jones worked on several other films in Hollywood doing makeup and set design, including Jurassic Park, Batman Returns, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Dances with Wolves, and Ghostbusters II. He did the "Freddy Krueger in the womb" makeup for A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, as well as work for A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master."
    Perhaps the two should work together on a new music video. God knows I would love to see a new one! lol
    For those who enjoy the work by Olivier de Sagazan but don't know about Tool, I would recommend checking out their videos. You may not like their music but would probably find some of their videos very enjoyable.

  • @NathanJamesJerritze
    @NathanJamesJerritze 11 місяців тому +21

    the scariest thing about his work is that he's french

    • @chucku00
      @chucku00 10 місяців тому

      Hou ! Hou !
      Je suis le français terrifiant et je vais venir te chatouiller les pieds chaque nuit.
      Fais de doux rêves.

    • @cadrageexquis
      @cadrageexquis Місяць тому

      C'est le père de Zaho de Sagazan

  • @KolMan2000
    @KolMan2000 6 місяців тому +1

    I remember seeing these like 6 years ago when a classmate showed me. It’s genuinely unsettling how the interpretive nature of the faces he creates makes them oddly more scary

  • @bricktea3645
    @bricktea3645 Рік тому +7

    Can't find the documentary,u got a link?

  • @salamanderavem3782
    @salamanderavem3782 Рік тому +14

    I loved the reaction people had when watching him in pottery class.

  • @Louise-ri7wg
    @Louise-ri7wg Рік тому +1

    Wow this was so interesting - I'm definitely going to go watch his vids now! Excellent video, as always 👍

  • @user-lr3yu9st3z
    @user-lr3yu9st3z Рік тому +7

    that video haunted me at 2am when i was 12...

  • @Jack-ni4ft
    @Jack-ni4ft Рік тому +4

    Well I've just subscribed to the guy. I don't know why but I can't take my eyes off of it. Truly an artist in my eyes and genius. Cheers for sharing his work :)

  • @pigsystem
    @pigsystem Рік тому +3

    9:24 I have that screenshot printed and taped to the door to my room so ppl know thats my domain, also been watching you for a year by now, forget I was super into Olivier de Sagazan's work at one point thx for bringing me back

  • @Emil_Stoltz
    @Emil_Stoltz 10 місяців тому +1

    I honestly adore this man. The stuff he does is so unique and it's absolutely amazing. The fact he manages to come up with stuff like this is unbelievably fascinating. Favorite artist, honestly. Just wow...

  • @gaboxd4407
    @gaboxd4407 10 місяців тому +1

    Your channel is amazing thank you for this great content!!!

  • @osenator
    @osenator Рік тому +7

    I use to do the same as a kid with my oatmeal.... instead of eating it....

  • @BloodylocksBathory
    @BloodylocksBathory Рік тому +7

    I love this guy's work, thanks for doing a video about him.

  • @ifeelfantastic8956
    @ifeelfantastic8956 Рік тому +6

    This is Nuts.

  • @nemesisfilms4942
    @nemesisfilms4942 Рік тому +2

    I remember watching this video years ago creeped out. Years later, here I am thanks to my subscriptions page.

  • @r3dhotchilibeans
    @r3dhotchilibeans Рік тому +2

    my uncle showed me this video when i was little a long long time ago and i thought it was a horror movie but now it’s weird seeing this now knowing it’s just an art piece.

  • @brendakrieger7000
    @brendakrieger7000 Рік тому +2

    Thank you for sharing

  • @Trench777
    @Trench777 10 місяців тому +2

    Anyone who says it's "just a man throwing clay on his face" probably also says "its just a guy putting paint on a canvas" when they look at a painter.

  • @OldManEsteban
    @OldManEsteban Рік тому +6

    thanks for reminding me about this

  • @0therun1t21
    @0therun1t21 Рік тому +2

    I've never seen this before, thank you!

  • @patrickmihajlovic4112
    @patrickmihajlovic4112 5 місяців тому +1

    I feel SO SOTRY for the ones claiming they see nothing else than "a man throwing clay on his face" !!

  • @9VK7
    @9VK7 Рік тому +4

    His clay masks look like something you'd see in a horror game, one of them reminds me of Outlast 2

  • @duncanself5111
    @duncanself5111 Рік тому +3

    There is a fine line between genius and madness (and all that!)

  • @scentfulapprentice7274
    @scentfulapprentice7274 Рік тому +2

    I was eating.
    I knew what the video was gonna be.
    Yet I clicked.
    I clicked.

  • @efe_aydal
    @efe_aydal Рік тому +2

    Another great episode.

  • @cotijepotomhajzle4385
    @cotijepotomhajzle4385 10 місяців тому +1

    Im watching a shadow made manifest trough the depths of his psyche.
    Incredible.

  • @elliotalderson7744
    @elliotalderson7744 Рік тому +2

    He also appears in the experimental documentary samsara 2011

  • @joshuagraham2843
    @joshuagraham2843 Рік тому +4

    this is the most badass artist ever

  • @Nohname
    @Nohname Рік тому +4

    Wtf did I just watch

  • @MetalizedButt
    @MetalizedButt Рік тому +3

    Can he actually see out of all that clay too? To be able to create the masks and eyes without vision is pretty damn hard

  • @intothevoid9604
    @intothevoid9604 Рік тому +1

    5:50 from which video is that from? Fascinating honestly

  • @nickrodriguez1759
    @nickrodriguez1759 10 місяців тому +2

    Honestly, absolutely love this dudes art

  • @jbart4183
    @jbart4183 Рік тому +3

    Amazing video 😍

  • @chrisalex82
    @chrisalex82 10 місяців тому +2

    He is actually à great artist, i like him a lot

  • @elmarkymark
    @elmarkymark Рік тому +2

    Came to his work through Samsara. Amazing artist

  • @SlowSTEN
    @SlowSTEN 11 місяців тому +2

    When he said "Rara UGH" I really felt that

  • @samsalamander8147
    @samsalamander8147 10 місяців тому +1

    The first time I watched this a long time ago it actually scared me and gave me a deep feeling of fear.

  • @DeathByInsanity
    @DeathByInsanity Рік тому +5

    I remember this video was going around alot when MeatSleep was trending too.

  • @spleens4200
    @spleens4200 10 місяців тому

    OH!!!! I knew I recognized his work!! I think most old school creepypasta fans know the exact story that used one of his art pieces as the background

  • @l.av.h7812
    @l.av.h7812 11 місяців тому

    The life of an artist is a long arduous journey along with making the art, becoming recognised by the public is the hardest part of an artist life's.

  • @cador6169
    @cador6169 Рік тому +2

    One of his performances is featured in the movie Samsara too

  • @dead_warrior_wae
    @dead_warrior_wae 10 місяців тому

    Thank you for honoring this man's work.

  • @racheledwards2352
    @racheledwards2352 Рік тому +4

    Cool. Interesting. Fascinating.

  • @Tara_P_Rose
    @Tara_P_Rose Рік тому +4

    Awesome. This guy definitely needs more recognition for his great work!

  • @ANRbrothers
    @ANRbrothers 4 місяці тому

    I remember seeing this when I was 4 so confused but mostly scared if what he was not that I could understand it, it just sounded so strange

  • @superiormusic
    @superiormusic 10 місяців тому +3

    Sagazan is to sculpting what Igorrr is to music

  • @deloreswilson1798
    @deloreswilson1798 Рік тому +2

    He is stunning! I'm not common and I don't respect the status quo.We artists owe the public our best,even if it's gloriously GROTESQUE! Give them more than CAKE!! Especially in these mediocre times.🤔

  • @akuabaryeh5181
    @akuabaryeh5181 Рік тому

    Does anyone have the living matter link in really curious to see it but can’t find it

  • @YAZAN..540
    @YAZAN..540 26 днів тому +1

    A such talented and Amazing artist but super disturbing😅 but no lie I like to see his artwork always

  • @Nero-dz5gr
    @Nero-dz5gr 9 місяців тому

    Dude the "INLEGEND -King of apathy" Song actually kicks hard.

  • @Wbab
    @Wbab Рік тому

    Where can I find the documentary

  • @iivin4233
    @iivin4233 11 місяців тому +1

    It's ironic. He wanted to give his art this vague quality called life but the only reason it affects people is that it mimics the decay of death.
    Let's rediscover the wheel and call it a dimensionally compressed sphereoid.

  • @Just-Jess
    @Just-Jess Рік тому +2

    This. Was. FASCINATING!!!

  • @scuffed7226
    @scuffed7226 Рік тому +3

    He would be a good villain ngl

  • @Ambush1703
    @Ambush1703 11 місяців тому +1

    It's amazing the stuff that exists in the world.

  • @AnAverageItalian
    @AnAverageItalian 10 місяців тому +1

    He reminds me so much of Mummenschanz, really really cool stuff

  • @weholdparties
    @weholdparties 10 місяців тому

    I really enjoy his work, but I find it kinda funny that people are freaked out by it because it reminds me so much of Mummenschanz. I guess having that frame of reference knocks down any of the disturbing nature of it for me.

  • @Levytan1
    @Levytan1 Рік тому +2

    Is he the artist for the saw movies. His style would fit perfectly

  • @kam5551
    @kam5551 10 місяців тому

    He expresses anger and anguish as the ancients did

  • @mikelegros2467
    @mikelegros2467 5 місяців тому

    First piece was "man throwing clay on his face". After that it becomes less about what he creates from the clay and more about how he's doing it. Since he cannot really know exactly what he's creating, his movements, the agression or subtlety within the movement becomes the piece. Like it evolved into an unintentional dance. Im guessing if he got bored with this style of art he could simply film himself creating a sculpture or perform it live. Not really my cup of tea but as an evolving artist I can appreciate it.

  • @jacopasto3204
    @jacopasto3204 Рік тому +2

    amazing!

  • @izyccor
    @izyccor 10 місяців тому +2

    Did ya guys realized the bolder, most outstanding and authentic guys in art scene are aways slavic or french 👁️ 👁️ olivier surely snaps

    • @Emil_Stoltz
      @Emil_Stoltz 10 місяців тому +1

      French people are weird, bro, what can I say?

  • @ZenobyGoat
    @ZenobyGoat Рік тому

    where can I watch Living Matter?

  • @TheOppiter
    @TheOppiter 11 місяців тому

    amazing that in his attempt to make living breathing art, he made horror O-o. wonder if theres a parallel about humans attemptiong to manufacture lifeforms.

  • @sammyspero3648
    @sammyspero3648 Рік тому +3

    a very interesting human, with large passion in art yes it's understandable but it's above the limits. Just doing with clay and hey is like a kid throwing food on his face like spaghetti and tomato sauce which there's no value to the point. It's like a kid making a picture with paint but there's no value to it because it's just nothing big. Moving on to an adult doing as a kid could do again there's nothing big about it, I just consider it as a hobby or his passion of doing it. But again in this planet we live there are people out there that get extremely excited and interesting in it but there's no value.

  • @devipixel1045
    @devipixel1045 10 місяців тому +1

    Jesus! I was not prepared for that.

  • @MOON_QUEEN20
    @MOON_QUEEN20 8 місяців тому

    This guy is my number one favorite artist

  • @ronisydanmaki
    @ronisydanmaki 11 місяців тому +1

    he just vibing, good for him!

  • @GRiNDWiZARD187
    @GRiNDWiZARD187 Рік тому

    Amazing , simply amazing

  • @lilsqeezysbowl115
    @lilsqeezysbowl115 8 місяців тому

    This was done in the 70s by a French team. The were even on the Muppets and sesame street. I find it very intriguing.

  • @GodHammer227
    @GodHammer227 Рік тому +1

    REQUEST: Look into Edwin Borsheim and Kettle Cadaver. One of the most intense human beings in music.

  • @MigoKazan
    @MigoKazan 8 місяців тому +2

    How does he breathe under all that clay?

    • @WeeDefault
      @WeeDefault 5 місяців тому

      That question has been on my mind for ages.

  • @jmathis2aug
    @jmathis2aug Рік тому +1

    Why cant you show the other video?

    • @jmathis2aug
      @jmathis2aug 9 місяців тому

      ALABAMA!!! Suckaniggadickorsumptin

  • @Enriquez520
    @Enriquez520 Рік тому

    His work is phenomenal. I think of him as the French Doug Jones (actor who wears so much make up and prospects to portray non human characters in movies)

  • @pigsareasintelligentasdogs4093

    This is black metal as hell.

  • @robertjoseph5206
    @robertjoseph5206 Рік тому +2

    Never heard of him

  • @grimey5.565
    @grimey5.565 5 місяців тому

    He would make a perfect Silent Hill character.

  • @sistergrimace1567
    @sistergrimace1567 Рік тому +1

    This always reminded me of the film Begotten

  • @kayzheimer
    @kayzheimer Рік тому +1

    i adore this.