Born in 1995
Pauline d’Andigné works mainly with sculpture, painting and installation. Her multidisciplinary practice questions the notions of desire, consumer society, and visual excess through the layering of multiple elements, resulting in ambiguous works both in their materiality and iconographic references.
D’Andigné graduated in 2021 from the Beaux-Arts in Paris, and her recent exhibitions feature “Reste de Traces” at La Tour Orion, Montreuil (2023) and “Vestiges” at 35/37, Paris (2023). In 2022, she was an artist-in-residence at the Fonds de Dotation Weiss in Paris.
The Community Centre
01. — 23.04.2023