Angélique Lefèvre is born in the Aube in 1957. She lives and works in Paris. White, translucent or transparent, her sculptures follows the delicacy of its materials, whether organdie (fine cotton frame), polymer resin or PET in fine thermoforming plates. The artist sculpts the soul of our daily objects or human busts. She carves the envelope, the epidermis, the diaphanous surface allowing sight and light to pass, to let us see deeper through and inside beings and things.
Her pieces, like real visions, lightened from colour and substance, look like remanant pictures that persist when the eyes are closed, like after a strong retina impression. Mac Do, Jeune femme aux piercing, Danseur de Hip Hop... our contemporary world might be regarded as the past through the filter of the memory lost and decanted by time, the cradle of a humanity same and distinct.