luce pelletier explores human identity in wallpaper sculpture series luce pelletier explores human identity in wallpaper sculpture series
mar 27, 2016

luce pelletier explores human identity in wallpaper sculpture series

luce pelletier explores human identity in wallpaper sculpture series
all images courtesy of luce pelletier




visual artist luce pelletier investigates notions of human character in her latest series, ‘identity paper’. the sculptural works utilize wallpaper sourced from an abandoned home in quebec’s charlevoix region. joined masterfully, the ephemeral pieces serve as a veritable celebration of nature and life, producing effects strange, surreal, and beautiful in the process. ‘identity paper’ is a body of work bound to deteriorate, and thus creates a unique perspective to explore the essence of our temporary nature. 

‘identity paper’ bird  

luce pelletier identity paper sculpture series
gestural hands

left hand

luce pelletier identity paper sculpture seriesright hand 


sculpture and its material source 

luce pelletier identity paper sculpture series

leaf scull 

vegetal hand

luce pelletier identity paper sculpture series



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