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From stone sculpture to pixels. ​


Alexia Weill is a French-Swiss sculptor artist. Born in Paris, she moved to Switzerland in 2005. A graduate of the Ecole Supérieure de Direction Audiovisuelle (ESRA Paris), she trained in parallel in sculpture at the Beaux-Arts de Paris. Her work “Circular Impression” carved in marble, granite, serpentine, limestone, basalt and wood, tells stories of memory and time. She sculpts organic matter which she combines with resin, metal and bronze to reveal the message. She finds her inspiration in the dialogue with nature and in her inner inspirations which are revealed with each new creation. For several years, she has been exploring urban space with original creations where she incorporates the history of a place and its artistic perception to deliver creations that are both dynamic and timeless. Her public works are present in the collections of the Swiss towns of Saint-Légier, Villeneuve, Aigle, Morges and Bussigny. In 2018, she was the first artist invited by the famous American real estate agency Corcoran, to exhibit her works in New York for the “Art & Real Estate” launch. Her sculptures are exhibited in New York, Dubai, Miami and in Europe. Her work is present in numerous private collections in Switzerland and abroad. Since 2020, she has been exploring the digital world by transposing her universe into it through the creation of digital sculptures that she creates immersively. Her work was presented in 2022 on the Swiss Pavilion in Cannes during the festival. Since then she has carried out 2 digital artistic residencies, one at the Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Art, Musée Jenisch in Vevey in 2023 and in partnership with the Quartier du Flon in 2024 in the Verrière des Jumeaux. In November 2023, she won a competition and again created 3 works in stone, wood and marine cement for the public space for the Agora college in the town of Bussigny.

@Petar Mitrovic

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