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The leitmotif underlying Elisabeth Picard’s sculptural compositions is created by the line and the knot that unfolds in space as animate or inanimate matter. Fascinated by the processes of growth and transformation of the living world as well as by the architecture of natural forms, the artist proposes artworks that evoke the philosophical doctrine of hylozoism, according to which “all matter is endowed with life” by perpetual movement, but also by a machine sensibility that suggests the natural turning and bending of living beings.



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