An artist of the whole and full forms, the sculptor works first and foremost in clay, plaster then porcelain stoneware and finally porcelain, thus moving from the harshness of one material to the delicacy of another.
Each medium gives birth to a different expression expresses with the same material a period of letting go where organic forms mingle in a tumultuous flow, finally the creations born from the work of porcelain are part of the "Energumènes" cycle.
Caroline Chopin shapes spontaneously, without preparatory work, it is her gestures, contact with the earth, the instinctive movement that brings her towards creation, then the forms overlap, volumes emerge and the harmonization of forms. leads to the birth of the work.
Both real and imaginary, imprints of finesse or robustness, revealing curves or edges, smooth or rough, slender or massive, Caroline Chopin's creations are the fruit of the reflection and questioning of an artist who seeks always reaching the depth of beings or things and who questions them.
From its austere and impenetrable / immobile surface, Hans Some breathes life and extracts from the stoic and implacable metal, strange filiform alien shapes; frozen in time in a dance of constant evolution.
This paradoxical juxtaposition of metal, a raw and inflexible material, and the fine, supple and flowing appearance, of these effigies testify of the research work of their creator.
In constant confrontation, pushing back the perceived limits of their element, every hindrance and resistance of the object being created is like an interminable dialogue and debate that it initiates against its artist.
From this heterogeneous reconciliation of the classical methods inherited from the past and the new and contemporary interpretation of Hans Some; we are witness to a rebirth of matter...