an exhibition
about simple
geometric shapes

ARCADE Design à la campagne® (literally design in the countryside) is an organization composed of design and craft enthusiasts. It’s based in a XVIIth century castle, in the middle of the Burgundy countryside. This cultural center’s goal is to create high quality events around design and craft, for a public that is distanced from urban centers. In 2020, they invited me to curate, alongside with Édith Bricogne, their main exhibition: Abstraction(s). It questioned the emergence of simple geometric shapes throughout textiles, objects and works of art. 

Exhibitors (designers, craftmans, artists, private collectors): Wendy Andreu, Bram van Derbeke, Sybille Berger, Cedric Canaud, Denis Castaing, Armel and Liliane Chichery, Luce Couillet, Louise-Marie Cumont, Stefania Di Petrillo, Godefroy de Virieu, Ulysse Lacoste, La Fabrique Nomade, Laend, Thierry Lebraly, Chloé Levesque, Claire Marfisi, Chevalier Masson, Fanette Mellier, Vinça Monadé, Natacha et Sacha, Pernelle Poyet, Roseanna, Edith Raymond, Les Résilientes, Glitch Textiles, Aliki van der Kruijs, Emma Terweduwe

                                    Cécile Vignau, textile and colour designer