Rebecca Brueder was born in 1993. She lives and works in Marseille. She is graduated from the Art School of Pyrénées – Tarbes (Master Grade).
What feeds Rebecca Brueder’s daily work is the idea of stone. Stone not as a material, but as an object: its shape, its weight, its color, the curves it draws, its lines… The artist is interested in what it represents, a dumb world, an idea of body which remains with us, which is waiting for, a relation to melancholy, a poetic form linked to the idea of something perennial, inert, listening.
A form which undergoes and which is not supposed to grow, which transforms into dissolution.
The idea of stone is something Rebecca Brueder associates with the object, an object that is not attached to something, a solitary form which seems to evolve alone. She likes the idea of so-called “stone”, these mineral objects that come in thousands of different features. It is from this perspective that she approaches forms or even informs them, and immerses in an inert material the idea of a displacement or a will.
2021 (à venir)
Centre culturel français de Freiburg am Breisgau (D)
Château de la Falgalarié, Aussillion
Galerie Robet Dantec, Belfort
Musée Muséeum départemental, Gap
Météorïdes, XHC Minor Street, Bordeaux
Émergences #2, Galerie Robet Dantec, Belfort
Château de la Falgalarié, aussillion
Galerie Réplique, Rodez
Au-delà des falaises, Centre d’art la Halle, Pont-en-Royans
ADESSIN, Salon du dessin contemporain, Chapelle-du-quartier-haut, Sète
Parcours de l’art #25, Cloître Saint-Louis, Avignon
Horizon d’eau #3, Une terre deux fois silencieuse, Musée du Lauraguais, Castelnaudary (Hors les murs des Frac d’Occitane)
Biennale de la jeune création contemporain Mulhouse 019, Parc des exposition, Mulhouse
Visio, Le Parvis, Tarbes
Bim Bam Boum 2, Briqueterie de Nagen, Saint-Marcel-Paulel
Bim Bam Boum, Ecole supérieure d’Arts des Pyrénées, Tarbes
Lauréate du dispositif Post-production au Frac de Montpellier
Prix du Centre culturel français de Freiburg-am-Breisgau (D)