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Line Renard

One timidly enters the artist’s studio. The wide-eyed person scrutinizes every corner where there are lots of sculptures: an arm, a brain, a child's bust, multicolored zebras, a green elephant, a half manly man, and everywhere eclairs closures. Line Renard fulfilled the sculpture on the floor and slowly scrapes around the vacuum, as if the sculpture was already there, ready to be covered with earth. The work of Line Renard is part of the tradition of the ancestral use of the land. She uses no frame, no mold, ever. It's a principle. Human reality is also at the heart of her work, which she directs towards the introspective with the will to communicate. We must dig and the answers are in the ground ...


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