Part of Paulette et Jacques, installations developed in the artist studio through 2018. Paulette et Jacques is a body of work realised under Dupré’s new project Couture, began in late 2016. Couture investigates the performativity of drawing through stitching. Combining stitching and drawing with the practice of memory, the project aims to develop a hybrid practice, through temporary experimental installations – aesthetic encounters for drawing and textile-based works.

Stich: Herringbone stitch (front and back). Point de chausson (endroit et envers). Embroidery and joining stitch.

Washi (Japanese paper), Kozo (mulberry); silk and linen threads; dressmaking steel pins, aluminium rod, metal rings; dowel pine rod, double ended galvanised metal suspension wire, self adhesive white plastic ceiling hooks; galvanised metal S hooks.

0m65 H x 1m W x 0m18 D