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Clémence Grieco

artist  |  Clémence Grieco

Berlin

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Exploring and shedding light on the physical properties of materials is at the center of Clémence's work at all times. For the past few years, Clémence has been particularly interested in creating sculptures from poor industrial untouched material. She manipulated them creating games of suspension and circuits of tension in order to put forward their intrinsic qualities. Each material of the piece has its own role in making the physical ... Read more
Exploring and shedding light on the physical properties of materials is at the center of Clémence's work at all times.

For the past few years, Clémence has been particularly interested in creating sculptures from poor industrial untouched material. She manipulated them creating games of suspension and circuits of tension in order to put forward their intrinsic qualities. Each material of the piece has its own role in making the physical properties of another material resonate.

Along with these sculptures composed of improbable meetings and unexpected dialogs between polyurethane foam, plaster, fabric, cement and wood, Clémence recently introduces new elements made from more noble materials such as wax, ceramic and marble, showing man made alterations. Thanks to these new elements, she created contrasted dialogues between poor/industrial raw material and more noble and altered material.

Other than the relationships between the different parts of the sculpture, she focuses much care in the shape of the piece. Through her sculpture work, Clémence reaches out to the viewer’s body and in order to make him or her aware of their respective body’s weight, volume and physical qualities as matter. This physical experience of reality brings us to reconsider our own relationship with space and gravity.

In her artistic production she focuses on minimalistic drawings and sculptures. The play with different materials and interventive strategies - like shaping through tension, pressure or torsion - are an essential part of her work. Read less
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