H 43 x 33 x 30 cm
This is a unique work
Everything in the world mixes up and happens in the mix.
Everything goes in and out of everywhere: the world is openness, absolute freedom of movement, not side by side, but through bodies and others. To live, to experience or to be in the world, also means to be crossed by everything.
From The life of plants: a Metaphysics of Mixture by Emanuele Coccia
A recurrent theme throughout Claire Lindner's work has always been finding a connection between the natural and organic worlds, bridging elements as if everything were made of the same substance. Claire Lindner is looking for sensations through form and movement, especially in the translation of metamorphosis and their passage to the frozen state. Everything connects and mixes: the inside , the outside, the physical and the psychic, the palpable and the impalpable, the liquid and the solid, the animal, the vegetative and human. The first lockdown in 2020 forced us to stand still and contemplate. Spring saw human activies slow while Nature exploded around us. Claire Lindner wanted through this new body of work to express Nature's vitality and bring attention to its silent force of renewal and resilience.
Claire Lindner is a ceramic artist who lives and works in Languedoc-Roussillon, France. Lindner received her BFA from the Ecole Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Strasbourg and also studied at the Camberwell College of Arts, London.
Lindner received an Honorable Mention at the Korean International Ceramic Competition 2019 and was a finalist at the Open to Art Competition Milan in 2019. She is represented by Galerie de l’Ancienne Poste in Paris.
Her works have been exhibited nationally and internationally and are part of prestigious collections at the Sèvres and Limoges National Museums (FR), FLICAM Fuping International Ceramic Art Museum (CN), Museum of Beaux Arts Châteauroux (FR) or World Ceramic Exposition Foundation, Icheon (KR).
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