Thursday, 22 September 2011

Mathilde Roussel

Mathilde Roussel's Muse sculptures, made from paper and glue, explore the way we imperceptibly change every day as if we were changing skin like a snake. Our skins flake away and so unlike in Mathilde's sculpture we are not left with an outer casing that we have shed. Mathilde's sculptures are an interpretation of a skin used, a trace of passing time and a memory.