Woolloomooloo Bay is Agathe Brahami-Ferron's first solo show. The artist, laureate of the 12th Biennial of the young creation, draws from her observation of the real or testimonies, an engaged research around the human figure, the body and its different states.
The artist laureate of the 12th Biennial of the young creation, is a sculptress and a ceramist. She draws from her observation and her listening of our environments an engaged research around the human figure, the body and its states. Her figurative pieces, hyperrealistic even, to the so pregnant subject challenges the stereotypes of representation but also of "self-awareness" that our society conveys and stimulates. For her first solo exhibition Agathe Brahami-Ferron brings together topics that are dear to her. The result is an immersive journey of sculptures and installations bordering on realism and fantasy. Her figures on one level, busts, "altars", masks and animals testify to our ambivalence in the face of acculturation phenomena, but also to tourism and well-being industries.