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Textile art work in three stages to fix on the wall. Viviane Sagnier works around the concept of contact, sensory and interior travel. El ...
  • Material : merino wool
  • Color : Ivory, gray
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Viviane Sagnier

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Textile art work in three stages to fix on the wall. Viviane Sagnier works around the concept of contact, sensory and interior travel. She explores a personal and graphic view of her feelings, an emotional macroscopy.

  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Suitable for outside use : No
  • Installation : To fix
  • Dimensions : H 48 cm x L 90 cm x P 7 cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Wallwork with a hook on the back of each pan.

A reflection on the senses: work to touch, which explores different scales of relief. The wool felt is treated in different ways: still very flexible or deliberately dense, the material is surprised under the fingers. By using natural fibers from environmentally friendly sectors, plastic work is evident for a more just, poetic and free world. Free to dive into the intimacy of a subject, in the essential of an intimate relation between artist, work and looking.

Livré avec l’accroche murale. Livraison en Colissimo suivi.

Craftsman

A la croisée de l’art et de l’artisanat, Viviane Sagnier a choisi d’orienter sa pratique vers le faire : prendre en considération les matières, suivre leur mouvement, rentrer en dialogue avec elles. Le textile, un monde si pluriel, permet d’approcher des matériaux tantôt rêches, doux, mous, fragiles, rigides… Laine, coton, soie, lin, chanvre : autant d’univers à explorer, à faire dialoguer. Sa pratique se trouve donc à la croisée de plusieurs mondes: elle s’attache à créer un univers singulier, où la couleur laisse place à la nuance ivoire, où les matières appellent le toucher. Entre feutre de laine, manipulations textiles, maille et broderie, ses œuvres explorent une tradition ancestrale transformée en une pratique contemporaine.