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Nicola L

Nicola L

Nicola L’s functional sculptures are not part of the world of design or plastic arts. They bring something new, never seen before in the artistic world.
Moreover they result from a will to contrast with established categories with their annihilating rules, everything killing the individual and turning him into a subject.
Nicola L. loves life and taking risks . Her creations are like machines wishing to write the world inside and the world outside. She proposes to establish a new Eden without sky nor horizon, matching the size of a huge beach, both refreshing and burning.
A beach where bodies are so fully entangled that they create happiness. The woman Chest of drawers by Nicola L., for example, is not a piece of furniture that one would open to put something away, but a body violently pierced through, like through a mirror.
Nicola L.’s objects convey a dream. Its sequences are all like libraries open on the main archetypes of our civilisation. Let’s not be mistaken. It would be seriously wrong to confine Nicola L. to the psychedelic sphere of influence or that of pop-art in the 60’s.
Her work is universal, timeless, both cultured and wild, rebellious and extremely tender.
Nicola L.’s main aim is to celebrate a universal man, broken up by the ups and downs of life but always ready to rebuild himself in order to fight against the post-modern man’s obscurantism.
Nicola L. is a unique and brilliant daughter of the age of the Enlightenment.

Patrick Favardin, Paris, Février 2008

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Nicola L’s functional sculptures are not part of the world of design or plastic arts. They bring something new, never seen before in the artistic world.
Moreover they result from a will to contrast with established categories with their annihilating rules, everything killing the individual and turning him into a subject.
Nicola L. loves life and taking risks . Her creations are like machines wishing to write the world inside and the world outside. She proposes to establish a new Eden without sky nor horizon, matching the size of a huge beach, both refreshing and burning.
A beach where bodies are so fully entangled that they create happiness. The woman Chest of drawers by Nicola L., for example, is not a piece of furniture that one would open to put something away, but a body violently pierced through, like through a mirror.
Nicola L.’s objects convey a dream. Its sequences are all like libraries open on the main archetypes of our civilisation. Let’s not be mistaken. It would be seriously wrong to confine Nicola L. to the psychedelic sphere of influence or that of pop-art in the 60’s.
Her work is universal, timeless, both cultured and wild, rebellious and extremely tender.
Nicola L.’s main aim is to celebrate a universal man, broken up by the ups and downs of life but always ready to rebuild himself in order to fight against the post-modern man’s obscurantism.
Nicola L. is a unique and brilliant daughter of the age of the Enlightenment.

Patrick Favardin, Paris, Février 2008

Egg round table.

Dining tables

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Egg round table.

Console
Top in sycamore and transparent acrylic. Eggs. Steel legs.
One off piece.
Price on request.

Lady cupboard

Drawers

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Lady cupboard

Lacquered wood. Drawers.
H 170cm. L64cm. On wheels.
Price on request.

Library Head

Shelves

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Library Head

Oak.
H210cm. L160cm. On wheEls..
First created in 1970.
New edition of 8.