Bachabacha, Kawara and Aze are reminiscent of sensations experienced in Japan. These objects offer a different approach to floral arts and the use of a vase. In this more oriental, horizontal vision, these three pieces are like poetic quotations of fleeting or lasting liquid expanses, such as puddles of water, river beds or basins.
The character of these subtle, clear-lined forms changes when they are inhabited by plants, becoming little landscapes that inspire dreams, evoking calm, flatness and reflections. That composition combines the shape of the vase with the lines of the flowers and branches arranged within.
Earthenware, black glazed enamel
Length : 11,4 ’’
Width : 8,3 ’’
Height : 2,4 ’’
Le Village Suisse Paris