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Felix Boudry

Felix Beaudry

1996, United States
The intriguing textile works of Felix Beaudry build a personal universe that explores themes such as individuality, gender, culture and media. He draws his iconography from ancient myths, legends and sagas. Each of his works is made with an industrial knitting machine. This creates the textile's typical texture. The artwork of Patri-arches, Petri dishes explores how we personally shape our identity and how this can help us to form groups and connect with others. Beaudry drew inspiration for the tent-shaped structure from annual camping trips with his parents in his childhood years. Just as they set up a tent as a temporary shelter for their family back then, Beaudry's Patri-arches, Petri dishes aims to create a symbolic home and safe haven for all those whose identity may prevent them from finding their place in our society. The tent's pillars consist of human arms and legs. They almost seem to want to embrace you, the visitor. Inside, you are welcomed by parental figures. With these human components, the work also immediately alludes to the importance of community, which can be an alternative family, as it were.

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