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Francoise Bolli

"Sensitive transparency" (shadow) hot shaped flaot glass
"Sensitive transparency" (recto) hot shaped flaot glass
"Sensitive transparency" (verso) hot shaped flaot glass
"sensitive transparency" hot shaped flaot glass
"corps à coprs" etched glass, metal
"ajustment" hot shaped glass, drawing
"luminuous column" hot poured glass, metal
"Aut lux nata est , aut capta hic libera regnat" hot poured glass, metal, electricity
St-Niklaus chapell, Nidau, Switerland enameld float glass

Born in Geneva (Switzerland). Work and live in Yverdon-les-Bains (Switzerland).
Studied in Sion (Switzerland) and Canberra (Australia).
Lately I devlopped stained glass without stained! A glass which suits to contemporary architecture.
"Sensitive transparency" which affects neither the transparency nor the amount of light.
The intention is to give it the power of « conversing » dynamically with its environment, by reacting to daily fluctuations and to individual translocation.
The simple act of creating some relief into that surface shapes the perception. It leads to a variation of the transmission of light, both by remodelling the view through optical effects - when looking from inside into the outside - and by distorting the reflection when looking from outside to the inside.
At night it’s the contrary!

Details about work or recent projects

Lately I devlopped stained glass without stained! A glass which suits to contemporary architecture.
"Sensitive transparency" which affects neither the transparency nor the amount of light.
The intention is to give it the power of « conversing » dynamically with its environment, by reacting to daily fluctuations and to individual translocation.
The simple act of creating some relief into that surface shapes the perception. It leads to a variation of the transmission of light, both by remodelling the view through optical effects - when looking from inside into the outside - and by distorting the reflection when looking from outside to the inside.
At night it’s the contrary!

35 rue d'Orbe
1400  Yverdon-les-Bains
Switzerland
00 41 (0) 244250817
francoise.bolli@hispeed.ch http://www.francoisebolli.ch
Technique: Engraving, Kiln work, Leaded and stained
Occupation: Artist
Discipline: Architectural, Design, Fine art
Areas of Interest: Competitions, Conferences, Techniques