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Bd du Souverain 25/1, 1170 Watermael-Boitsfort

Emma Cogné


For Mix, I made a sculpture installed in the library that I called "More I See" with a technique of bead weaving using plastic pipes usually hidden inside the walls to build a dense net stretched vertically like animal skin. I also realized a series of screens on wheels using the same technique allowing variations of patterns and rhythms, for the co-work space on the first floor.

Bio : Emma Cogné (1993) is a French designer and artist who graduated from the textile design department of La Cambre in Brussels. Her body of work finds its process in the revaluation and transformation of craft techniques and used materials to highlight their intrinsic value. The textile medium is for her a means to widen the sensorial qualities that are specific to spatiality while engaging the personal experience of users. By showing our houses' bare structures and layers, she reveals the unique aspects of matter and color, claiming a bond with her everyday built environment. Her work gives rise to textile pieces of furniture and site-specific installations that create transitions between the inside and the outside and echo what builds our intimacy needs.

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