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Found fabric and collagraph print

Fanny Allié’s practice is influenced and directed by refuse, lost and overlooked elements of daily life. She incorporates into her work found and discarded materials, including textiles and objects, juxtaposing these remnants to produce records of contemporary life. Acting as a modern-day scavenger of her own refuse and that of others, she repurposes abandoned everyday objects in an effort to expose the human traces woven into these materials, to redirect the waste of our consumer culture and to reflect on the precarious narrative that links us to each other.

Size: 23 x 22 inches
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“Through my work, I reflect on human connections and feelings related to memory, passage, loss, the discarded, ephemerality and the delicate and precarious narrative that links us to each other”
-Fanny Allié
Fanny Allié

About the Artist

Fanny Allié

Featured in Hyperallergic, New York Times, New York Magazine, Fanny Allié's mixed-media works incorporate sewing, texture, drawing and painting. Her work considers the human body from the lens of gesture and investigates how bodily forms operate when fragmented.

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Current Exhibition

Close Crush

Cheryl Humphreys & Mike McMullen
June 7 - September 3

8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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