Black, White, Silence.
The light slides and reveals what the eye did not perceive first.
Marie-Odile Wagner, visual artist from Strasbourg, likes to experiment, to make, to undo, “imprint” … So many ways to look at the world and to make visible what is banal. His pictorial research develops around the trace and the imprint. She uses various techniques (painting, engraving, sculpture) that enrich each other, and reveal constants: the quest for relief and the concern for the material, research around the light, the visible and the invisible. His works raise questions around the multiple, repetition, rhythm.
For the artist, creation is an adventure, a path, the expression of an inner journey as a vital opening to another