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One of Mélissa Fillion's preoccupations as a ceramic artist is our relationship with ourselves and our environment. Her work takes a sensitive look at the space and meaning that objects take up in our lives, and at the links we forge with and through them. Her objects are a gateway to everyday life.

Talking through objects.

Themes in her work are often inspired by events or stories that concern current affairs and the human condition. In their cohabitation, the works are presented as a corpus in a poetic, surrealist universe. Each series is generally linked to the others by a narrative thread and presented in an open symbolic framework.

Her practice is multi-faceted. Utilitarian and sculptural production, mural projects and cultural mediation.

A look at what you will discover.

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