Known for her ink bodyscapes and her works with paper engaging writing and abstract landscapes, Hélène Le Chatelier studies the influence of memory and social context on our intimate space. Her polymorphic practice explores the influence of displacement on the way we construct and deconstruct our identity, forced that we are to engage and to re-negotiate continuously with our individual and collective memory. It also questions our interconnected link with nature and the reciprocal influence between humans and their environment.
This photographic artwork is a Giclee Print on Arches Velin Museum Rag 315mg. The artist has worked over the print with acrylics and embroidery.
Dimensions: L0 x W22 x H31 cm
|Place of Origin||Singapore|
|Dimensions||L0 x W22 x H31 cm|