Aude Bourgine is a committed artist who places the ecological imperative at the center of her practice. Long plagued by a feeling of injustice in the face of major climatic ills. This gaze of a helpless child still animates him and encourages him to develop ways to awaken wonder for the living, and more specifically for our seas. The artist testifies to the tragic transformations, while transmitting the passion of the ocean, this world teeming with poetry. She thus carries her commitments to the public through a set of projects in which manifest pieces, collaborations and private commissions follow one another.
A corpus of poetic works essentially composed of sculptures in which recycled materials and gleaned organic matter intermingle. Textiles, due to the variety of its materials, textures and colors, have always been the medium of choice. The artist whose approach aims to be a bridge between science and emotions places the spectator at the center of immersive scenographies – fantastic underwater worlds, disturbing premonitory visions – where the wanderings are punctuated by sound and light. A series of dystopian stories in which the many dramas of our time are played out, more or less indexically.