Poetic, crude and delicate, Bénédicte’s porcelain sculptures are at the crossroads of the state of vegetable, mineral and animal kingdoms.Through its woven assemblies, it is an attempt to «sew porcelain», and get closer to a ceramic textile.
Aerial or stranded, it is the idea always present, to sew porcelain that motivates her research, associating with a reinterpretation of forms, natural and utopian textures, weavings and accumulations of porcelain fragments.
Her pieces made of multitudes of porcelain ceramic fragments are sewn, knotted with hemp or flax fibres in the manner of both flexible wickerwork, weaving, tapestry or even according to the techniques of marine knotting.
She graduated from Nantes Fine Arts in 1995, specializing in Environmental Design. She completed her career at the International Centre for Ceramics.
Bénédicte lives and works in the Loire Atlantique.