Brie Ruais’ organic contours

Despite their fragile appearance, Brie Ruais’ sculptures bear traces of the indelicate processes by which they were made. Measures of clay, often corresponding to the artist’s own body weight, have been stomped, kicked, stretched and wedged into corners. The resulting abstract forms are intimately tied to physical action.
Source: Art in America Magazine

Brie Ruais installation art

Brie Ruais installation art

Brie Ruais installation art

Brie Ruais installation art

Brie Ruais installation art

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