Annie Bascoul

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  • ISEA2023

    Annie Bascoul, born in 1958, is a French visual artist who has adopted lace as her chosen means of expression. Her installations have been displayed in major French museums, including her recent solo exhibition at the Musée du Cloître, Tulle, the latest in a long series of institutional spaces in France and abroad that, over the years, have hosted and sometimes acquired her works in their permanent collections: Musée des Beaux Arts et de la dentelle d’Alençon, Musée de la dentelle de Caudry, Musée des Manufactures de Retournac, Musée des Arts décoratifs , de la Faïence et de la Mode Château Borély Marseille – just to name a few. [source:] Annie Bascoul develops in her new creation a work around gardens and in particular around French gardens. She wanted to underline the symbiotic dimension between a researcher (Blaise Pascal) and 17th century landscape painters with the creation of art books with embossed pages and illustrated with watercolors. From these boards and with the help of Christophe Bascoul who creates augmented reality, she wants to show how the scientific advances of Blaise Pascal were used in the design of these gardens. Through these illustrated books and augmented reality, this work immerses the viewer in the natural world of 17th century gardens and in the discoveries of Blaise Pascal that relate to them. [Source:]


Last Known Location:

  • Saint-Nectaire, France

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