Translations:Lydia Azout/13/en

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With regards to geometric practice, the artist has used figures such as the circle, the rhombus, the triangle, the tetrahedron, and the spiral to create simple visual languages of forms and structures, which are reminiscent of minimalism and the absence of detail. Her monumental works, like those exhibited in public space, are designed to be acted upon by the viewer. The simple fact of touching, walking through, and contemplating them conveys an idea of personal and collective appropriation and interaction with the work. The experience allows for a reflection on the materiality and durability of art in a specific environment, investigating the transparency or solidity of her installations.