Women’s Principle

The women’s principle refers to the principle of creation in which individual smaller elements connect to form larger entities in order to act together monumentally.
The process of creating such works is broken down into a large number of small actions, it is gradual and slow.
The result is similar to a fabric in terms of rhythmic repetition of the added elements.
The shape of the whole is adapted to space and other circumstances.
The overall structure of the work is therefore fragile, variable and temporary.
Contrary to the uniqueness of a stone statue that defies time, the fabric is subject to change and wear, and is extremely vulnerable.
It illustrates the female principle of action and creativity.