exhibition view at Galerie Torri, Paris (Mai-June 2012)
Ecosystème profane, 2012
rendering, concrete, marble, granite
La Trinité du regard, 2012 (& detail)
rendering, concrete, stone, neon light
Instrument de légitimation d’oeuvre : carré, demi-cercle, rectangle, lumière, 2012
polystyrene, wood, rendering, vinylia
Multicolour Wellness Tower, 2011
in collaboration with RAOUL ZOELNER
Appartment Quartier de l’horloge, 2011
in collaboration with TRAVIS BROUSSARD for the bookshelve
Cleaning chair, 2009
Authentic Sources Furniture, 2011
photography: CLAS EBELING
all images courtesy of CLEMENCE SEILLES
The work of French designer CLEMENCE SEILLES blurs the line between design and applied art. Through the use of objects, performances, installations and illustrations, she experiments with material, process, production techniques, ideas and philosophies defining a very personal aesthetic.
CLEMENCE SEILLES is also the founder of NoisyChronic, a web platform on sounds that first appeared in 2003 as an open source mailing list through her Gmail account to exchange sourced music and clips. NoisyChronic remains active today.
She studied at the school of art and design in Reims before reaching London and the Royal College of Art. During her studies, she spent several months in Rotterdam at Atelier van Lieshout. In october 2008, she attended JERSZY SEYMOUR’s design workshop. She also designed the HBC café in Berlin. CLEMENCE SEILLES lives and works in Berlin.