Haliotide

$1,644
Sculpture
One of a kind work
24 x 18 cm
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Metal Sculpture
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One of a kind work
Dimensions
24 x 18 cm
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Abalone was born from an origami made of paper during a study on the symmetry of shapes in volume. It is a figure composed of ten faces, and which on either side of a central plane, draws two identical stars with five branches. For Marie Guerrier, this form evoked a being from the seabed, like two starfish kissing each other.

Wishing to bring transparency and lightness to it, it decided to proceed to the marking of the edges by small regularly spaced circles, which enlarge as they approach the center of the lines and shrink as they approach the vertices. It immediately reminded her of a shell that fascinated her as a child: the abalone. This mollusc has a shell built around the design of the Golden Spiral, pearly on the inside, and equipped with a row of perforations.

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Marie Guerrier

Emerging artist Emerging artist

27 fans

BORDEAUX (33), FRANCE

16 works

Born in Paris into a family of multi-talented artists, Marie Guerrier, 26, specializes in metalworking. Her universe is inspired by nature and the world of minerals that have fascinated her since childhood. Attentive to the world of Science and Art, she develops her know-how by sculpting the material with patience, rigour and technical requirements. Geometry, by its universal and timeless beauty, occupies a central place in his work. Used as a graphic and symbolic bias, it is also an essential construction tool. In search of balance and poetry, his work challenges the "inanimate" elementary geometric figures by giving a tangible representation of hollowed, split, duplicated forms, arranged in such a way as to reveal sensitive compositions. Through the manufacture of metal, wood, wax and concrete, these forms come to life in unexpected ways, inviting the spectator to touch them. At the border between design and artwork, the artist plays with scales and questions usage. From jewellery to sculpture, the full and empty spaces interact in a harmony that is both subtle and obvious. The material, tested with respect, is sublimated down to the smallest detail.

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