Textile by trade, Camille Tardif recently initiated a multidisciplinary creative approach. With seven years of graduate in design, the artist quickly felt trapped in having learned too much. The challenge of his approach today is to succeed in making his technique and his instinct dialogue, to find a balance between logic and letting go. Take things wrong is an essential value for the artist . This is how she chose for her first collection to divert a textile technique, the batik, and to apply it to paper and watercolor. The dye process allows you to place hot wax in places that you do not want to color. By using this principle, Camille Tardif sought to insert vagueness, the accident in her work always calculated. With the principle that for her aesthetic character, repetition is obsessive for the artist: it is therefore naturally that she finds herself present in her creations. It is in the work of rhythm and sequence, in the shaping of the infinitely small that she offers creations to apprehend from afar.
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