Sculpture Hybridation #1-16

Gaëlle Guingant Convert

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An unconventional combination of materials (ceramics / polyamide / kapock tights) unrelated, opposed by their composition, their ...
  • Material : Stoneware / Kapock / Polyamide
  • Color : Sand and flesh
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Sculpture Hybridation #1-16

Gaëlle Guingant Convert

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An unconventional combination of materials (ceramic / polyamide / kapock tights) that are apparently unrelated, opposed by their composition, their texture and their destination, highlighting the hybrid being. However, these materials are treated in the same stylistic approach, giving the piece uniformity, while confusing our perceptions.

  • Type precision : Earrings
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Suitable for outside use : No
  • Installation : To lay
  • Dimensions : L14cm x D11cm x H9cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Glazed stoneware / Kapock / Polyamide.

The ceramic elements are modeled in chamfered stoneware. After a first firing at 980 °, they are covered with enamels of my composition and then baked a second time at 1280 ° in an electric oven. Finally these elements are knotted with polyamide fiber filled with kapock and sewn.

Presented in a wooden box. Maximum attention is given to the strength of packaging (bubble wrap, chips, reinforced cardboard ...). Delivered by postal parcel with insurance.

Craftsman

Gaëlle Guingant Convert est une artiste à la pratique céramique polymorphe. A l'origine son travail se nourrit essentiellement du monde moléculaire dans un traitement représentatif mais non naturaliste, joue avec nos perceptions, intègre parfois objets du quotidien insolites. Est-ce la présence d'animaux sauvages autour de son atelier ? Depuis peu la céramique de Gaëlle GC intègre la figuration par le biais de l'animal, tout en s'accordant une certaine liberté dans la représentation de ceux-ci, préférant avant tout se concentrer sur les effets de textures de surface et le mouvement. Céramiste depuis 2004, Gaëlle Guingant-Convert vit et travaille dans les Pyrénées Atlantiques entre océan et montagne.