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Nadege Meriau

Au Centre de la Terre II

Course: MA Photography,

Mériau’s practice is rooted in the romantic longing to ‘incorporate infinity’ and an interest in biomimicry (a new science that studies nature's models and then uses these designs and processes to solve human problems). Understanding ecology in the root sense of the word, as in the study of habitation (from Oikos ‘habitation’+ Logi ‘study of’) Mériau explores the connections between feeding and dwelling. ‘As the worm slowly creates its habitat by digesting coarse earth into humus, so does the artist turn their life experience into metaphors and artefacts.’ The work draws on an emerging interest for alternative dwellings, some of which Mériau sees as mimicing the womb and speaking of our subconscious desire to return to origin.

www.nadegemeriau.com 


Au Centre de la Terre I

Course: MA Photography,

Mériau’s practice is rooted in the romantic longing to ‘incorporate infinity’ and an interest in biomimicry (a new science that studies nature's models and then uses these designs and processes to solve human problems). Understanding ecology in the root sense of the word, as in the study of habitation (from Oikos ‘habitation’+ Logi ‘study of’) Mériau explores the connections between feeding and dwelling. ‘As the worm slowly creates its habitat by digesting coarse earth into humus, so does the artist turn their life experience into metaphors and artefacts.’ The work draws on an emerging interest for alternative dwellings, some of which Mériau sees as mimicing the womb and speaking of our subconscious desire to return to origin.

www.nadegemeriau.com 


Au Centre de la Terre III

Course: MA Photography,

Mériau’s practice is rooted in the romantic longing to ‘incorporate infinity’ and an interest in biomimicry (a new science that studies nature's models and then uses these designs and processes to solve human problems). Understanding ecology in the root sense of the word, as in the study of habitation (from Oikos ‘habitation’+ Logi ‘study of’) Mériau explores the connections between feeding and dwelling. ‘As the worm slowly creates its habitat by digesting coarse earth into humus, so does the artist turn their life experience into metaphors and artefacts.’ The work draws on an emerging interest for alternative dwellings, some of which Mériau sees as mimicing the womb and speaking of our subconscious desire to return to origin.

www.nadegemeriau.com 


Adrift

Course: MA Photography,

Mériau’s practice is rooted in the romantic longing to ‘incorporate infinity’ and an interest in biomimicry (a new science that studies nature's models and then uses these designs and processes to solve human problems). Understanding ecology in the root sense of the word, as in the study of habitation (from Oikos ‘habitation’+ Logi ‘study of’) Mériau explores the connections between feeding and dwelling. ‘As the worm slowly creates its habitat by digesting coarse earth into humus, so does the artist turn their life experience into metaphors and artefacts.’ The work draws on an emerging interest for alternative dwellings, some of which Mériau sees as mimicing the womb and speaking of our subconscious desire to return to origin.

www.nadegemeriau.com 


Debris

Course: MA Photography,

Mériau’s practice is rooted in the romantic longing to ‘incorporate infinity’ and an interest in biomimicry (a new science that studies nature's models and then uses these designs and processes to solve human problems). Understanding ecology in the root sense of the word, as in the study of habitation (from Oikos ‘habitation’+ Logi ‘study of’) Mériau explores the connections between feeding and dwelling. ‘As the worm slowly creates its habitat by digesting coarse earth into humus, so does the artist turn their life experience into metaphors and artefacts.’ The work draws on an emerging interest for alternative dwellings, some of which Mériau sees as mimicing the womb and speaking of our subconscious desire to return to origin.

www.nadegemeriau.com 


Grotto

Course: MA Photography,

Mériau’s practice is rooted in the romantic longing to ‘incorporate infinity’ and an interest in biomimicry (a new science that studies nature's models and then uses these designs and processes to solve human problems). Understanding ecology in the root sense of the word, as in the study of habitation (from Oikos ‘habitation’+ Logi ‘study of’) Mériau explores the connections between feeding and dwelling. ‘As the worm slowly creates its habitat by digesting coarse earth into humus, so does the artist turn their life experience into metaphors and artefacts.’ The work draws on an emerging interest for alternative dwellings, some of which Mériau sees as mimicing the womb and speaking of our subconscious desire to return to origin.

www.nadegemeriau.com 


Offering

Course: MA Photography,

Mériau’s practice is rooted in the romantic longing to ‘incorporate infinity’ and an interest in biomimicry (a new science that studies nature's models and then uses these designs and processes to solve human problems). Understanding ecology in the root sense of the word, as in the study of habitation (from Oikos ‘habitation’+ Logi ‘study of’) Mériau explores the connections between feeding and dwelling. ‘As the worm slowly creates its habitat by digesting coarse earth into humus, so does the artist turn their life experience into metaphors and artefacts.’ The work draws on an emerging interest for alternative dwellings, some of which Mériau sees as mimicing the womb and speaking of our subconscious desire to return to origin.

www.nadegemeriau.com 


Post Ocular

Course: MA Photography,

Mériau’s practice is rooted in the romantic longing to ‘incorporate infinity’ and an interest in biomimicry (a new science that studies nature's models and then uses these designs and processes to solve human problems). Understanding ecology in the root sense of the word, as in the study of habitation (from Oikos ‘habitation’+ Logi ‘study of’) Mériau explores the connections between feeding and dwelling. ‘As the worm slowly creates its habitat by digesting coarse earth into humus, so does the artist turn their life experience into metaphors and artefacts.’ The work draws on an emerging interest for alternative dwellings, some of which Mériau sees as mimicing the womb and speaking of our subconscious desire to return to origin.

www.nadegemeriau.com 


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