Vénus à la Q(r)puche, resin and acrylic, 21 x 10 x 10 cm, 2013
This sculpture was originally a trophy inspired by the Venus of Brassempouy, a prehistoric figurine of the oldest human face ever represented with traits both universal and distinctively feminine.
Initially created to reward the winners of POWER STARTER, a competition for the digital world female champions of «Neighborhoods and Diversity ». It symbolizes the power of contemporary women pioneers.
The hair of the one who was sometimes called " Venus with the Hood " is this time turned into QR code containing a message of encouragement and luck to those who hope for the destiny of a pioneer.
While the original, dating from 23,000 BC, is made of mammoth ivory, this statuette is made of composite material
(polyurethane resin ) painted by hand, and derived into a series of 12 copies in 3 « web colors » (fuchsia , neon yellow, and turquoise).