La Mer(e), Origine du Monde...MOM022, 2022

La Mer(e), Origine du Monde... MOM023 is part of a work that explores the relationship between a woman's body and the ocean. It reminds us that the mother and the sea share a common role as a receptacle and matrix of life. It is made of plastic waste (bottles, caps, tubes, CDs, etc.), created by man, embroidered with silk and gold thread, and created by nature. It tells of a story of liquids, of fluids, of corals, of depths, and of immensity.  These cells, the alveoli, embody the eternal feminine and transform matter by transcending the ugly into the beautiful. They are thus both the original source and the final destination. It is a message of hope. Even the junk of society, with humanity, our most precious gift, can be healed and become a precious jewel.

Category: Mixed Media
Length: 32 Cm
Height: 67 Cm
Width: 85 Cm
Material: Mixed Media,Glass,Plastic
Framed: No
Edition: 1/1
Country: Saudi Arabia
Shipping from: Saudi Arabia
Ghizlane SahliSaudi Arabia
Ghizlane Sahli

Born in 1973 in Meknes (Morocco). Lives and works in Marrakech. Ghizlane Sahli embroiders, sculpts and draws. She tells of an interior and organic journey, carried by a universal dimension. With the help of ancestral techniques and the know-how of the women artisans who surround her, she develops her contemporary ideas. Together, they create three-dimensional embroidery, including the "Alvéole", from the waste she collects. The Alveolus is the elementary particle of her work. It is the atom that constitutes substance. It is the cell whose accumulation and proliferation creates the work. Ghizlane thus brings her point of view by playing with materials, scales, volumes ... She uses thread (silk, wool, plastic or metal) to weave and celebrate the subjects that stimulate her: The human body, in general, and the female body in its intimacy. Ghizlane is inspired by metaphor with nature to develop her purpose and express her interiority and emotions. Pure emotion, cleansed of any religious, social, educational or generic contribution.