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As a sensory idiom, Hélène Durdilly's work captivates

by its disguised rhythmic obsession.


Successively mental landscape, inner process, the

semi-surgical incisions cut into the

matter as if scraping one's skin.

Here, a reminiscence is revealed or perhaps it is

a confession that is denuded.

Her work is an ode to the privacy of feeling.


Like Agnes Martin, her compositions refer to the

recurrent and complex patterns of our memory.

Its fragmentary structure.


A palimpsest of nostalgic thoughts.

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