Exhibition About Identity - January - March 2023
Anima Roos - Coline Rosoux
Coline Rosoux's works spring directly from her fertile imagination. Originally from Vendée (F), she studied at the School of Applied Arts in Nantes and then at the Beaux-Arts in Angers in the sculpture studio of Clémence Van Lunen. At La Cambre (Brussels), the young artist continues to discover the potentialities of clay modeling for sculpting. Long before many artists of her generation and with an accuracy rarely equaled, she explores the field of figurative ceramics by bringing this touch of apparent naivety widely imitated today. The sculptures and installations she creates in ceramic take new forms over time but essentially revolve around the same theme: identity.
Ludovic Recchia (Keramis) writes: Coline Rosoux shapes characters and animals in absurd, funny, even “croquignolesque” situations. The technique only serves the deep meaning of his work centered on the humanism of his object-subjects. Quickly, Coline shows great ease in associating objects, in creating strange families at the origin of micro-stories.