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(b. Mexico City, 1946). Her work is defined by its abstract, organic, public and monumental nature. Yvonne’s pieces invite the spectator to view them from within, to be drawn into their subject-matter, which upholds the relationship between man and nature.
Her work comprises two kinds of production: one focusing on pieces for interior, intimate display, the other on
large-scale pieces for public spaces.
The sculpture to be shown in London, “Coral Coquino”, made of fibreglass and sand, is two metres in diameter and weighs 500 kilos. It evokes a marine scene, and is Yvonne Domenge’s way of beckoning passers-by to step back from the bustle of everyday life and to devote some time to being attentive, to examining life in detail.
“I constantly use space to seek my identity”.