Mimosa Echard

Born in 1985 in Alès, France.
Lives and work in Paris, France.

Mimosa Echard’s practice is inspired by the creation of hybrid eco-systems where the living and the non-living, the human and the non-human coexist. Her works explore areas of contact and contamination between the organic objects and consumer items — elements that can be perceived as ambivalent or even contradictory through our cultural conventions.

At the core of the artist's compositions and installations, medicinal plants collected in her garden or from the inhabitants of her native village create a symbiosis with the cosmetic products or electronic components; copper foils and metal chains bind to cherry pits, lichen and snail shells.

Towards this work by Mimosa Echard, the gaze is first surprised by the heterogeneous objects, before being seized by a secret relationship between forms and materials. Gradually, the community of forms, materials and objects emancipates from the artist’s hand, becomes fluid and autonomous.

“The work of Mimosa consists of waging that [...] this pathic zone is simultaneously one of friendship, desire, pleasure and plasticity: an interstitial zone where forms are affected, affects are informed, and where material works to become the world.”
— Romain Noël

Born in 1986, Mimosa Echard graduated from the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris in 2010. She has exhibited her work in various internationally renowned institutions such as: Musée d'Art Moderne de Paris (2019); Dortmunder Kunstverein, Dortmund (2019); Platform-L Contemporary Art Center, Seoul (2018); Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2019, 2017); Cell Project Space Gallery, London (2017).

Her works are among others in the collections of CNAP Centre national des arts plastiques, Musée d'Art Moderne de Paris, Foundation Louis Vuitton, Fondation d’entreprise Galeries Lafayette, Sadami Art Foundation, Ettore Fico Foundation, FRAC Rhône-Alpes, FRAC Corse, and FRAC Ile-de-France.

 

 

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DEMAIN EST LA QUESTION

June 27th — July 25th, 2020

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