With poetry and not without humour,
Mathilde Sauce draws inspiration from what surrounds her to take it elsewhere. The notion of biomorphism is important; the forms generated refer to something living, an image of nature in mutation and imbued with a carnal sensuality. She likes that through abstraction, we can detect familiar but always enigmatic forms and that the mind therefore hesitates between a rational and irrational explanation. At the crossroads of mineral and plant, the strangeness of the shapes most often contrasts with the effects of soft materials arousing curiosity and calling for touch, reminding us of childhood discoveries.
All the pieces are available on artsy.net ( Analora Gallery) or contact me.