LUCIE HAVEL                                                                                                                           visual artist                                                                                                                                                                                                   

THE SACREDNESS OF POVERTY

Space occupation with reduced imput of materials and a minimum use of techniques en knowledge’s.

1/6  SHELTER, installation, materials remains, 220/220/140 cm,  studio 2014

2/6  SELF PORTRAIT WITH ADVOCADO PLANT, poster A0, 2015

3/6  A ROOF, installation, wood, hangers, plastic bags, 300/300 cm,  studio 2014

4/6  EMERGED, installation remains, 2014

5/6  THE GRASSMAN , installation, clothes, soil, seeds 200/70cm,  studio 2014

6/6  UNTITLED, bamboo, plastic bags, advocado plant, 200/80/110cm, 2014





WAITING SPRING

A serie of works created during the long winter of 2012-2013

1/5  ARMY, installation, ink, paper, 244/244cm, 2013

2/5  ARMY, installation, textile and seeds, variable size, 2013

3/5  HERT, textile, metal, 200/100/100cm, 2013

4/5  BIRD FOR BIRDS, textile, metal, plastics, 120/60 cm,   2013






CROIRE À L"ENVERS (the reversed faith)

_  spThe reversed faith is an exploration of the relationship between intuition and religious belief.

Using the making of artificial idols and reversing the process of worshipping.

1/8  HEAD 2/4, paper, textile, fish scales, 130/130 cm  2011

2/8  HEAD 1/4, paper, textile, plastics, fish scales,125/125 cm  2011

3/8  HEAD 4/4, textile, leather, 270/140 cm  2011

4/8  HEAD 3/4  textile, leather, metal, plastic  170/140 cm   2011

5/8  DEER textile, leather, 130/150 cm  2011

6/8  EX-VOTO, steel, epoxy, 260/260/70 cm  2012

7/8  EX-VOTO, steel epoxy, 260/260/70 cm,  2012

8/8  UNTITELD, installatie 2011






video trailer Passer la ligne

PASSER LA LIGNE


10 min video for museum ruim 1op10 at Museum Gouda on a poem of Henri Michaux:   M O U V E M E N T S

2009


MUES (the moult)


MUES is a série of works inspired by “face aux verrous” of Henri Michaux and "la vie materielle" of Maguerite Duras.

Poems and lyrics are the starting point of a process of which the images are the remains.


1/6  from left to right

       CLOTH 2,  textile, plastic, 240/170cm 2008

       SLEEPY HORSE, textile, metal, plaster, 150/300/50cm 2008

       MUE1, multiple materials 235/120cm 2008

2/6  WOOLEN HEAD, wool, metal, glas, beads, nylon 60/40 cm 2008

3/6  MORT D'UN JEUNE PILOTE ANGLAIS, parachute fabric ww2, textile, plastic bags, 155/70/25cm 2008

4/6  SLEEPY HORSE, textile, metal, plaster, wood 150/300/50cm 2008

5/6  MUE 2, multiple materials 210/150cm 20086

7/6  CLOTH, textile, plactic bags, 215/250cm 2007