The Paravent P_MI_D01 is part of the research of the series Mouvement Inertes. Thanks to the materials she uses, the artist creates pieces representing landscapes, horizontally, or from above, in an abstract way. These landscapes are both frozen and incredibly moving. The Japanese lacquer Urushi, shiny and deep, combined with the limestone materials and woven cotton, shines and sparkles.
Inspired by the artistic concepts of Eileen Gray or Pierre Soulages, Célia Debras creates here a strong piece, with a lot of character. The work on both sides is on a wooden stand and can be displayed in your home as a screen. An object of sculptural art, a painting to be posed. The work is made in the artist's studio in Paris, France. It measures 169*122*4 cm. The feet and the support are made of wood. The feet are black. The work is brown, the natural color of lacquer (the sap of the lacquer tree growing in Asia).
Depending on the light, colour, depth and shine change. The work is alive! The work is part of an eco-responsible environmental approach consisting in rethinking our production methods in order to create objects with natural materials.