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    Charlotte Bricault exhibits " Raadsel Van Een hoekje" at the Dreiviertel gallery a work that seems to spread out like an organic landscape, conveying the impermanence and the passage of man.

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    Branches are entangled in one of our everyday object, the pillow, oneiric metaphore of unconsciousness, dreams and rest. The ground shows roots and ramifications, echoing the origins of genealogy.

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    Beneath the mineral, an organic network lives, allowing a more sensual interpretation.

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    "Where we passed by" by Charlotte Bricault is a new exhibition displaying unique pieces of paper porcelain baked at 980°C.

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    It tells the story of a deserted lunch in a clearing. The tableware becomes the support of nature, in the form of pine needles and wild grass, spring from porcelain, symbolising our everyday manufactured style of life in an antinomy between nature / culture.

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    Exhibition "Where we passed by" - paper porcelain baked at 980°C.

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    Exhibition "Where we passed by" - paper porcelain baked at 980°C.

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    Charlotte Bricault takes possession of the premises on the occasion of an exhibition at the Musée du Papier Peint Rixheim in Switzerland, from the 11 th of January until the 11 th of September 2016.

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    Charlotte Bricault takes possession of the premises on the occasion of an exhibition at the Musée du Papier Peint Rixheim in Switzerland, from the 11 th of January until the 11 th of September 2016.

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    Charlotte Bricault takes possession of the premises on the occasion of an exhibition at the Musée du Papier Peint Rixheim in Switzerland, from the 11 th of January until the 11 th of September 2016.

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    Charlotte Bricault takes possession of the premises on the occasion of an exhibition at the Musée du Papier Peint Rixheim in Switzerland, from the 11 th of January until the 11 th of September 2016.

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    "Landscape", 3mx1m. Scalable and sustainable vegetal installation superimposing vegetal onto textile. Wild Oats.

    Private collection 2014. This piece is dry and stabilised and thus can be preserved for more than a decade.

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    Vegetal installation, scalable and permanent. Golden wild oats (dry).

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    Collection "Sylve", 2mx1,40m : Asparagus, Pyracantha, eucalyptus fruits, wood moss, lichen, wallpaper.

    Private collection. This piece is dry and stabilised and thus can be preserved for more than a decade.

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    Collection "Sylve", 2mx1,40m : Asparagus, Pyracantha, eucalyptus fruits, wood moss, lichen, wallpaper.

    Private collection.

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    "Velours végétal", 5mx3m. This permanent installation takes place in Brussels Veterinary school built in 1903 and abandoned around 1960. The imposing and grandiose height recalls a mineral Cathedral.

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    The prospect of strong passages warheads is underlined by the lightness and transparency of the work.

    Like a seed soaring, oats form a veil through which light passes.

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    She inspires a dialog between the industrial past of the building, built to last, and the ephemeral lightness of wild oats gleaned around. This piece is dry and stabilised and thus can be preserved for more than a decade.