This three-dimensional embroidery, made from the tops of used bottles covered with silk threads, is Sahli’s way to go back to the original shapes of nature. The artist depicts the arbitrary connections that compose the human body in a sinuous harmony.
About the artist
Ghizlane Sahli She uses her interdisciplinary knowledge, ranging from architecture to embroidery, to create art pieces from plastic bottles and silk. Her inspiration comes from coral reefs, the human body, and hives. In her artworks, the perfect shapes of nature, the scheme behind each entity, meet a sense of integration. Sahli explores material transformation, exults it, and gives meaning to an artistic universe that is able at the same time to manifest a profound inner meaning.