The Reclining’s series, juxtaposition of drawn earthenware fragments, represents ordinary people reclining in profile.
The oxide line is made with a brush on the raw clay before being fixed by the glaze during the final firing.
Like ancient and unalterable ceramics inform us about vanished civilizations, the Reclining in fragmented pieces bears witness to our present time.
Through this human-sized work, the artist questions our corporality.
Do we see the image of a sensorial body, a saving rest or a prophetic gisant?