Trained at Ecole Boulle in Paris, Prune Nourry is a master of sculpture and repurposing who is passionately interested in sociology and ethics. For her installations, sculptures, photographs and videos, the artist plays with different mediums and creates participatory art that invites the audience to think: domestic babies (half man, half dog figures) or Holy Daughters (women with heifer heads). Her most recent exhibition, ‘Holy Daughters’ was based on the symbolism of milk, presenting works in an environment combining clinical coldness with reassuring motherhood.

Courtesy : Prune Noury