Working every day to channel her depth, doubts, and surroundings, she derails the conventional investigation of materials through her hybrid pieces, made up of mechanical parts, technology and glass blowing. Manipulating glass and metal, Jeanne creates autonomous pieces that balance a line between familiarity and the unknown as she navigates the dimensions of uncertainty.
Addicted to the complete engagement of her body, without coming in contact with the blazing glass, Jeanne creates her own fictional spaces as she explores the distinction between the basic idea and the materiality of the object. The intertwining of materials and theories are the essence of Jeanne’s practice, investigating the relationship between science and genetics as a medium. With the creation of figure-like shapes, she draws attention to the human body, sexuality and reproduction, questioning the notions of desire and sex, which are intrinsic to her artistic practice.
Read on as Jeanne tells us about her creative process, her addiction to glass blowing and her latest exhibition while she continues to explore the infinite field of creating.