Gaëlle Choisne

  • The work of Gaëlle Choisne addresses the disorders of the world: dis­aster, the exploita­tion of resources and the remains of colo­nialism. Sculpture, images and referential systems intermingle and merge into opulent environments inhabited by the artist's gestures. From occult fables and objective sciences; the Caribbean to European literary traditions, she sails amongst her imaginary composites as much as the techniques that come to give them life: molding, baking, printing, suspension, collage, torsion, extraction. The interest of the artist lies in process, often left visible in her experimental installations. As if lost in a permanent gestation, the work cannot reach a definitive status, in its arrangement, form or reproducibility. This practice of becoming, in which meaning can only be achieved through perpetual motion, operates through palpitation, borrowed from an organic, biomorphic energy.

    More ▼ 
Gaëlle Choisne

News

More News ▼

 

The work of Gaëlle Choisne addresses the disorders of the world: dis­aster, the exploita­tion of resources and the remains of colo­nialism. Sculpture, images and referential systems intermingle and merge into opulent environments inhabited by the artist’s gestures. From occult fables and objective sciences; the Caribbean to European literary traditions, she sails amongst her imaginary composites as much as the techniques that come to give them life: molding, baking, printing, suspension, collage, torsion, extraction. The interest of the artist lies in process, often left visible in her experimental installations. As if lost in a permanent gestation, the work cannot reach a definitive status, in its arrangement, form or reproducibility. This practice of becoming, in which meaning can only be achieved through perpetual motion, operates through palpitation, borrowed from an organic, biomorphic energy.