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linen sculpture being worked by Aude Franjou
Unfinished sculpture by Aude Franjou with open sketchbook and pencil
skeins of linen hand-dyed with natural indigo pigments by Aude Franjou
An unfinished scupture sitting on a table in fibre sculptor Aude Franjou's workshop
Undyed linen sculpture and drawing by Aude Franjou
Picture of the inside of linen spool by Aude Franjou
Picture of contemporary artist Aude Franjou at work sculpting in her workshop
linen string and preparatory drawings by sculptor Aude Franjou
Sculptor Aude Franjou demonstrates sculpting movements
Aude Franjou demonstrates how she is protecting her hands in bandages before starting sculpting work
undyed globular linen sculpture by Aude Franjou
large linen sculpture being worked by Aude Franjou
unfinished undyed linen sculpture by Aude Franjou
linen rope, string and scissors
linen fibres and drawing of sculpture by Aude Franjou
linen fibres and drawing of sculpture by Aude Franjou
Aude Franjou at work sculpting a giant piece in her workshop
Picture of contemporary artist Aude Franjou at work sculpting in her workshop
linen string, scissors and leather gloves
undyed globular linen scupture by Aude Franjou
raw linen fibres being transformed into a scupture by Aude Franjou
raw linen fibres being transformed into a scupture by Aude Franjou
linen rope and strings being sculpted
Aude Franjou cutting linen rope with a large pair of scissors
Blue linen sculpture with plaster casting and raw linen by Aude Franjou
raw undyed linen sculpture by Aude Franjou

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The raw material I use is linen…just linen, flax in yarn, flax in strand, coated flax, twine…

and you could say “et voilà”…

but you have to add the hand, the hand that manages all the tension, and for that you’d need strips of cloth and leather gloves. Finally, from all this tension will come the material and the shape at once.

 

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La matière première que j’utilise est le lin…juste du lin, du lin en filasse, du lin en toron, du lin enrobé, de la ficelle…

et on pourrait dire “et voilà”…

mais il faudrait penser à ajouter la main, la main qui gère toute la tension, et alors pour ça il faudra des bandes de tissu et des gants de cuir. Enfin de toute cette tension naîtra la matière et la forme de front.