Séverine DufustLauréate de la récompense Dialogues du Prix Liliane Bettencourt pour l'Intelligence de la Main® 2011 Learn more
"0.3 Tertio [...] Not only does the wood never imitate the earth here, nor vice versa; but also, their proximity remains problematic, since wood remains susceptible to working according to humidity, just as ceramics always run the risk of being broken. Wooded ceramics, therefore, are intrinsically and/or potentially fractured objects, whether they are opened or closed. Because this is finally their third component; the one that the acuity of their assembly and the cohesion of their (dis)simulated forms deliberately conceals: the thin border or line of contact that - simultaneously - joins and separates the materials and composite volumes that compose them."
J.-C. Agboton-Jumeau (jcaj), "Les céramiques boisées de Séverine Dufust & Xavier Leprettre" (excerpt), May 2023