« Human process »
A typical Monday afternoon in April, skies grey and dank, wind battering trees, with a cold zip that stings the flesh like a bee. Taking shelter in the office we find solice amongst the pages of Sandrine Philippe's latest collection 'Human Process'.
Everything is a question, the test of time, being part of a group, ones freedom, opposition, identity as an evolutionary gallery, still window, witness of a certain vision of ones life, the relationship between sense and madness, a symbol of a collective memory.
Inspired by Shakespeare’s universe, the collection swings from one texture to another, it winds in a constant chromatic range, a silent journey in a black land punctuated by touches of white where body and movement hold a main place.
A mysterious immersion into the human being, reflecting both animal sides like an inner imitation giving birth to a feathered creature or carapace chimaera rather then his genteel side. Both brutality and chemistry between the two aspects of the human established in his need of protection.
« Human process » is diving into the abyss of pure emotion and testifies of the beauty and timelessness of human race.