Aurélie Mathigot lives and works in Paris. She studied art history and fine arts in France, before participating in various art residencies and exhibitions globally, which helped her assert her creative identity. She start her creation process by printing out on painting canvas a series of photographs that she then embroiders. Concomitantly with this 2-D work, she creates additional pieces of sculpture that she knits and crochets using rope, wool and cotton combined with every day life materials such as wood, wax or ceramics. Her art revolves around the idea of representing reality through illusions. She questions the particular concepts of overabuncance, invasion and time that flies by. The techniques that she uses are indeed time-consuming and force her to work against time, out of time, in a parallel and suspended time.