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Contemporary tapestries

Observation délicate d’une artère en pleine vitesse

Aurélie Mathigot
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H. 145 x L. 209 cm / H. 4ft9 x W. 6ft 10 ½

Tapestry after a cardboard by Aurélie Mathigot, French artist

Hand woven,  warp in cotton, weft in wool 

Unique piece, signed by the artist


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Aurélie Mathigot is very attached to the practice of photography, which she stitches up in places to freeze a movement, to underline a detail, but in parallel to this work, in two dimensions, she makes sculptures in rope, wool, cotton, using the technique of crochet and by associating other materials from our daily life: wood, wax, ceramics.

Her work is built around an illusion of reality: to give a new appearance, to conceive a textile-reality of what surrounds us, with an idea of covering and invasion.

For his first tapestry of lice, the artist started from his sketchbooks made during his travels.

Aurélie Mathigot , Artist and designer
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