Les élisions immobiles is a series of digital prints created as part of a project entitled Porcelaine numérique (“Digital Porcelain”), which centres on an oscillation between the two- and three-dimensional potentials of porcelain. Small porcelain shapes evoking parts of plants were thrown on the ground to be reshaped by the impact in a more unpredictable way. These shapes were then fired to fix their movement and scanned with a 2D scanner. The process of scanning them allowed me to enlarge the original forms and emphasize the movement generated by the impact of the shapes thrown on the ground.
Digital print on photorag paper, 26 x 20 in.