These canvases are familiar as both objects and subjects as
they come to life with a thread, a button, a salvaged item.
These materials are not just recycled – they are regenerated
through a new functionality and the surrounding colours, thus
forming a single entity, an “otherness”.
They originate in the past (history of custom, interior decoration,
design…) and in the present (fashion and advertising)
and are projected as the future memory of society or of the
artist’s experience in art, cinema and advertising - different
worlds united by a common denominator: creativity.
The artist’s hand executes, pursuing an idea, an intricate
web of memories, an unexpected sequence of seemingly never-ending
visions. Each detail is a deliberate reference to a skill, an
experience, a passion for a material.
The artist’s choices express her nature, her tastes and
her feelings. She relates directly to these objects, to which
she intends to do justice by making them real and relevant through
the use of materials.
This is why she refers to them as her “S-objects”.