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A giclée print on Hahnemühle German Etching paper, from an original ink painting by Imo Woollard.
The artist's work is characterised by escapism and saturated visuals, transporting you to colourful dreamscapes. L'avenir c'est ce qu'on a inventé de mieux pour gâcher le présent is part of her Rêverie series, which focuses on presenting the viewer with tropical dreamworlds full of symbolism and wonder. The title's translation reads The future was the best thing we could come up with to ruin the present, and is taken from a quote in the Roger Vadim film Et Dieu... créa la femme.