Mathilde Roussel’s echoes of natural processes

French artist, Mathilde Roussel’s fusion of materials from organic and synthetic materials poetically echoe natural processes and concepts. Though seemingly sourced from the world of science, her works have deep roots in the philosophical with importance paid to natural processes, particularly life and death.

Source: SiouxWire

Mathilde Roussel
Ecorce #10, 2013, cut paper

Mathilde Roussel
Carbon, 2011, cut paper and graphite

Mathilde Roussel
Ecorces, 2013, cut cardboard and acrylic

Mathilde Roussel
Carbon #11, 2012, cut paper and graphite

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