The amorphous, disordered structure of glass has its own requirements. It is necessary to interfere in it, to discover it, to unveil it. To unveil it... to veil it, to "dirty" it, to break it, to shred it, to remove its primary quality, to make it alive and to reveal the interiority of the light that it diffuses.
To be always at the limit between presence and absence.
Born in 1954 in France.
In 1974 she entered the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et Métiers d'Art Olivier de Serres (Paris) from which she graduated in 1978.
At the same time, from 1976 to 1978, she attended summer courses at the School of Mosaic in Ravenna, Italy. She followed additional training with glass artists. She creates and restores stained glass windows and is initiated at the same time to the art of fusing.
In 1981, she set up her personal workshop in Pélussin (Loire).Read more