This February, the FEU will host the exhibition Macro-micro[be] by artist-in-residence Kenza Ka. Kenza invites us to discover how she uses color to sublimate wool through textile artworks.
How to enhance wool through color? Macro-micro[be] offers a visual experience reminiscent of childhood, playing on the duality between the microscopic and the macroscopic. Graphic and textile experiments have led to the creation of unique samples, highlighting the freedom of gesture and intuitive exploration. The “Éveil Sensible” collection is a sensory exploration for young children. Inspired by nature, the collection features textures that awaken tactile curiosity. Macro-micro[be] is a project carried out as part of an educational partnership between the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs and LAINAMAC in 2022.
Dates February 7-29 | Opening Monday-Friday 10:30am-12:30 / 2:30pm-5:30pm | Getting to FEU
Date Wednesday, February 7 | Time 7-8:30pm | Facebook Event
Art-Hop-Polis : The detailed program is available here on Citéscope.
If you wish to come at another time, please contact us at email@example.com
Meet the Artist
Kenza Ka is a French-Senegalese eco-designer specializing in textiles and materials. After graduating in Design-Fine Art from Concordia University in Montreal, she moved to Paris, where she is currently studying textile design at EnsAD, École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs. Her work addresses issues of cultural circulation, education through design and the environment. She loves to create colorful and joyful new imaginary worlds, with the aim of creating a more sustainable future.