/ FLORENCE CROISIER
Florence Croisier's research on the line and the balance of the forms lead her to create pure and linear jewels, in ribbons or titanium wires, a metal she uses in majority, sometimes associated with gold and silver, since the beginning of the years 2000.
La créatrice de bijou contemporain joue avec l’anodisation du titane qui lui donne des couleurs étonnantes et subtiles, en contraste ou en camaïeu avec l’or ou les autres métaux précieux.
Florence Croisier's work has gradually turned towards large-scale pieces, close to sculpture, such as this huge knitted tunic exhibited in Kyoto during the Nuits Blanches in 2014. This piece was the starting point towards an even more sculptural and artistic field of expression, an approach to contemporary jewellery that combines aesthetic, technical and philosophical reflection, handwork inspired by nature or abstract, fluid and light compositions.
Florence Croisier graduated from the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs de Genève (now HEAD) and works not far from Paris. The designer exhibited at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris in 2013, at LOOT 2013 at the MAD Museum in New York and her work is represented in numerous galleries in France and abroad.
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