ARMINE OHANYAN – The Artist and the Nature

« C’est à la nature que l’artiste emprunte ses modèles, c’est la nature qui lui fournit ses inspirations »  (Victor Cherbuliez)

Le jeu des formes, ceux de la lumière et du mouvement se mêlent en créant une harmonie exacte. Nous sommes transportés dans un monde irréel où la beauté de la Nature est préservée.Il s’agit d’une nouvelle collection qui représente toute la richesse des fonds marins, avec ses couleurs intenses, et toute sa beauté singulière et surprenante.

Pourtant la Nature est mise en péril par l’être humain : la créatrice évoque les causes alarmantes de sa destruction, comme l’incidence du réchauffement climatique et des pollutions diverses sur les espèces, flore et faune, et sur le biotope.

En utilisant les déchets plastiques en tant que broderies et en illustrant l’altération des couleurs de la flore aquatique, la créatrice dénonce l’enjeu écologique. Par ailleurs, l’utilisation des nouvelles technologies comme l’impression 3D, les matières peu courantes dans le textile comme le silicone ou bien les techniques comme la découpe laser confèrent à ses créations une image moderne, voire futuriste, se révélant comme l’incarnation de la couture nouvelle génération.

 

« The artist uses the Nature as model, the Nature provides his inspirations » (Victor Cherbuliez)

 

The play between shapes, lights and movement comes together to create a skillful harmony. We are transported to an unreal world where the beauty of nature is preserved. This is a new collection that represents all the richness of the sea floor, its intense colors and all its unique and surprising beauty.

However, nature is under threat by mankind so the designer draws attention to the causes of its destruction, such as climate change and other pollution on the species, wildlife and the biotope.

Thus, when using plastic waste as embroideries and illustrating the alteration of the colors of the aquatic flora, the Designer denounces the stakes of ecology.

The use of new technology as 3D printing, using materials less common in textiles such as silicone and techniques like laser cutting reinforces her creations a modern image, even futuristic, revealing her as the incarnation of the new generation in Haute-Couture. 

The play between shapes, lights and movement comes together to create a skillful harmony. We are transported to an unreal world where the beauty of nature is preserved. This is a new collection that represents all the richness of the sea floor, its intense colors and all its unique and surprising beauty.

However, nature is under threat by mankind so the designer draws attention to the causes of its destruction, such as climate change and other pollution on the species, wildlife and the biotope.

Thus, when using plastic waste as embroideries and illustrating the alteration of the colors of the aquatic flora, the Designer denounces the stakes of ecology.

The use of new technology as 3D printing, using materials less common in textiles such as silicone and techniques like laser cutting reinforces her creations a modern image, even futuristic, revealing her as the incarnation of the new generation inCouture

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