Ines Tancré Art
In analog and digital photo-collages I am questioning so called “reality” by creating layers and juxtapositions.
Change, fleetingness and the ephemeral are essential themes in my paper-based ‘skins’. Skin as metaphor for the fragile outer layer exposed to time and movement.
To show the contrast of inner core and outer appearance I started 3D work by turning aged pond lining into twisted sculptures and photo-documented its variations.
The idea of differentiation as underlying principle of our thinking and feeling runs like a common thread through my work:
Skin is covering mystery, lines are pointing to the unknown, a moment in time is disintegrating, and opposites belong together.
I have been exhibiting in Europe, the US and Canada.