Pascale fournier draws with happiness the origins of his Western culture: Celtic, Norman, Greco-Roman, Egyptian, Etruscan, Pre-Columbian.
All along the way of her traveling and discovering she has been increasing her inspirational sources, giving life to seductive pieces of work emerging from poetic synchretism: ceramics, fabric, weaving. After 2017, the artist introduced the use of fabric and weaving in her work as a sculptor. Like ceramics, weaving is the oldest trace of man, his first work. The Fabric is the man's proper form. From birth to death. It's a bearer of sense that unites and separates. Every culture has its own weaving. While giving an extra value, the Kintsugi found in her recent pieces of work is the art of unite what was broken, to repair and to gather pieces.