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Sophie Dubosc

09.21.07 - 10.14.07
Exhibition — les Abattoirs, Musée – Frac Occitanie Toulouse

Sophie Dubosc, Rideau, 2007
velvet, wood, plaster
Production Printemps de Septembre
© Printemps de septembre, photo Philippe Migeat

Sophie Dubosc, Cher Guy, 2007
School chairs and tables, plaster

Sophie Dubosc, Cheval d'arçon , 2007
Pommel horse (wood and leather), plumber's string
120 x 100 x 40 cm 
Work produced with the support of Le Printemps de septembre, the Department of Fine Arts and the région Midi-Pyrenées.

Sophie Dubosc, El , 2007
Wood, strings
110 x 65 x 10 cm

© Printemps de septembre, photo Philippe Migeat 

Born in 1974 in Paris, France.
Lives and works in Château-Thierry and Paris, France.

 

Sophie Dubosc activates forms and materials that are marked by time. She thus gives a patina to these sculptures with an authentic varnish of reality, directly affecting memory and feelings. Whether they are captured in concrete or plaster, or awash in sump oil, Indian ink or tea, her prisoner-like pieces seem to shout their desire to escape. The assemblage of forms and textures creates a stagnant atmosphere which blurs the outlines of a didactic approach, to urge an intuitive understanding of forms. Because while these works refer to the artist's private experience, and to precise going-ons in History, they nevertheless summon up a collective word which reverberates in each one of us. Sophie Dubosc's art is definitely on the side of memory as it sets up the backdrop for a delicate poetic.