Jeanne Wilkins is an artist whose work is the result of a continuous questioning about space, time, balance, freedom, movement and transformation. By poetically gathering porcelain elements on threads, that look like silk, Jeanne Wilkins creates free volumes in space. « I work with elements that weigh in space ». It is a freeze frame in a movement. The shape of her works of art is very thought-provoking.
The November 2014 « Points de suspension » exhibit dedicated to Jeanne Wilkins is a testimony of the privileged link between Compagnie Française de l’Orient et de la Chine and Art. One of her poetic suspensions is presented at 170 boulevard Haussmann boutique.
Her sculptures can vibrate or swing when they are moved into the lights going from snow-white to grey and transparent and going from silence to the symphony of the porcelain when hanging elements are skimming on the breeze. Her cups are sometimes made with translucent shades or with pebble patterns. The cup design is light and especially finicky. It is meant to be presented in an accumulation aesthetic in the style of a subtle constellation.