(Do Not) Break the Glass.


In case of an Emergency,
(DO NOT) break the glass.

(performance and paintings - human being, glass, mirror, gold artefacts)

The mirror reflects the viewer’s face and the glass specified to break the glass or not in case of an emergency.


Kintsugi.


Beauty in the broken.
(Reverse painting on glass and gold leaf lines)

The Kintsugi collection emphasizes the beauty of the broken: when something is damaged, it makes it more beautiful. 

In Japan, broken objects are often repaired with gold. The flaw is seen as a unique piece of the object’s history, which adds to its beauty. Aurelia Bizouard creates art with glass panels and reverse painting questioning the meaning of life. This japonese philosophy, where broken objects are often repaired with gold explains that the flaw is seen as a unique piece of the object’s history, which adds to its beauty.


Broken.


Broken.
(Reverse Glass Painting on shattered glass)


Glass vibrates such as life. Each tiny piece of glass, that broke from a previous glass artwork, represents different experiences in life: back together it creates one luminous piece of art, reflecting a beautiful bright life when adding up all experiences we get in life.

“Reflection” and “Broken” on display at: VANCOUVER AIRPORT, Gate D62, Air Canada - international


Breath.


Breath.
(Doors and broken glass)