France, b. 1995, based in Eindhoven

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Strelitzia, 2020
On Show at Everyday Gallery // September 05th 2020- 4rth October 2020. Antwerp, Belgium

Ceramic, steel, metal leaf
H 120 W 92 D 92 cm

© Silvia Cappellari

Displayed with the work of Stéphane Abitbol, Tromaine de Senna, Ciro Duclos and Carolin Gieszner & Théo Demans.
“The crisis consists precisely in the fact that the old is dying and the new cannot be born; in this interregnum a great variety of morbid symptoms appears.”

Antonio Gramsci, The Prison Notebooks

Meant for Pearls, 2020
On Show at Everyday Gallery // September 05th 2020- 4rth October 2020. Antwerp, Belgium

Ceramic, steel, metal leaf
70 x 48 x 75 cm

© Silvia Cappellari
‘Why deny me water? It is put there
for common use. Nature has not made sun,
air, or running water the property
of individuals. I have come here
to a place which benefits all people.
And yet I ask you as a suppliant
to let me use it. I am not going
to bathe my body or my weary limbs
here in the lake, but merely quench my thirst.
Even as I speak, my mouth lacks moisture,
and my jaws are dry. I can hardly find
a channel for my voice to pass through them.
A drink of water will be nectar to me,
and, at the same time, it will save my life.
That I will acknowledge—with the water
you will offer me my life. Take pity
on these children, too, here at my bosom,
stretching out their tiny arms towards you.’


The daughter of Coeus, in her fierce rage,
forgets her thirst and now no longer tries
to plead with such undeserving wretches.
She can no longer bear to utter words
demeaning to a goddess. With hands raised
up to the sky, she cries:

‘Live forever in that pond of yours.’

OVID, THE METAMORPHOSES Translated by Ian Johnston, Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada

Wild flowers of roadsides and waste places, 2019
Galerija Vartai, Alert Objects // Dec 13th, 2019 – Jan 24th, 2020. Vilnius, Lithuania 

Mixed media
120 × 120 × 120 cm

©Ramunas Danisevicius
©Laurynas Skeisgiela

One of thoses major theme // Wild flowers of roadsides and waste places // Weeds growing up through cracks in the pavement, reaching a wire fence  

Yesterday did not Die, 2019
Graduation Show 19
Dutch Design Week // Oct 19th - 27th, 2019. Campinaterrein Kanaaldijk-Zuid, Eindhoven 

Mixed media
230 × 120 × 120 cm

Mixed media
75 × 130 × 190 cm

©Femke Reijerman
Prominently displayed, antiques objects speak to the industrialization of the occupants of the house, occupants who therefore have become tourists of own their parent’s ways of life // They present themselves as relics which are first and foremost evidence of their own survival.

Seabed, 2019

Wood, acrylic resin, bronze leaf
95 × 40 × 57 cm

©ourtesy of the artist 
He dreamt he was dreaming // Sleeping only to awake in Atlantis