Art and architecture
Louise Frydman's sculptures are presented in a space where they respond to each other until they reveal some aspects of the space, allowing the spectator to have a better understanding of the room. Thus the artist questions the existing link between art and architecture. She wants to remain direct and intimate with the public. She has a poetic vision of the world that invites the imaginary into spaces dedicated to art as well as those accessible to the greatest number of people. New questions and new sensitive experiments are aroused by the installation.