Chloé Arrouy (France, 1993, lives and works in Brussels, Belgium) explores subversion and mutiny in her practice, moving between themes of beauty and pain, sensuality and austerity. Through sculpture of objects, she explores the emotional power of forms, drawing inspiration from bondage, adolescence, but also sometimes from outdated or old-fashion worlds that nobody looks at anymore. Her sculptural practice takes an experimental approach to traditional metalworking techniques, and the materials she uses are mainly salvaged, sometimes directly from obsolete domestic objects. Her work is about life, love, culture and being a young woman today, with occasional references to medieval societies and their troubling forms, or completely other things, it depends.

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