Known for her large-scale drawings, sculptures and installations, Tatiana Trouvé works on the relationship between memory and matter, highlighting the passage of time in relation to the permanence of everyday objects. She presents a floating world where the human figure is marked by its absence mixed with the traces of its passage: uncertain and restless places, scenes crossed by the effects of memory and oblivion, work that echoes the dream and the unconscious.
The artist invites us to a sensitive escape, thanks to the drawing that covers the box and the glass of Geranium Rosa, her chosen candle. Her work depicts a dreamlike scene where landscape and furniture elements are assembled, an image of a world where memories are intertwined. The boundaries between reality and dream, inside and outside, are blurred: a tree grows in the middle of a room, where a stone is placed on the bed. Enigmatic and poetic, Tatiana Trouvé's drawing for Géranium Rosa is conducive to the release of the imagination and disorientation, just like her Paris exhibition.
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