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Priscilla Compart was born in Brazil in 1975. She studied at the University of Minas Gerais 1995-200.She has exhibited in solo in Lézardrieux from May to September 2010 and several exhibitions Cyber Group.
The environment affects our feelings, so it falls into the unconscious. "When an artist uses objects of daily life, he thinks this item a poetic power."1
I work the imprint of items on clay and the picture: the property of latter is to accompany the gesture so leaves a mark. The world is made to register the mark.
Sometimes, my work focuses on the dehumanization by the body disarticulated by the subjectivity of the sculptures.Dehumanization is a humorous way to see today's society that has no limits, a company that provides little or no importance to man.
I play with words, shapes, so the humor is present in all directions. According to André Breton,"humor is a revolt top of mind. "2It is not conformist and cause laughter without joy or humanity.
Finally, humor pokes fun at the reality and causes the spirit of tolerance because they break with the indifference of public opinion, and it causes laughter through a tragic social reflection.
1 -Lygia Clark - Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona, 21 octobre-21 décembre 1997, MAC, galeries contemporaines des musées de Marseille, 16 janvier-12 avril 1998, - Paris : Réunion des musées nationaux, 1998 pg 152
2 -ESCARPIT, Robert, L’humours, presses universitaires de France 1960 p. 70
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