In her work, artist Nadia Naveau experiments with shapes, materials and colors. For her sculptures she finds inspiration in various current and authentic themes, which she combines in her uniquely idiosyncratic work.
Naveau creates both huge and minute sculptures, usually from clay. This is shaped into a mold that is later used to make sculptures in plaster, ceramic, concrete, polyester or plasticine. She usually combines various materials in one piece.
Deaf Ted, Danoota & me 2015, Exhibition view, Base-Alpha Gallery
Left: Bunnykins square, 2016
Right: Figaro’s Triumph
Roman Riots, 2013
Left: Golden Age Banquet
Right: Detail of A random Sample, Muhka
Bunnykins square II (red green and violet-yellow rythms)
Deaf Ted, Danoota & me, 2014
PICTURES BY BASE ALPHA GALLERY
WORDS BY STEPHANIE DE SMET