Marie Maillard builds on existing forms and patterns, she doubts perception and questions reality, finds the play between presence and absence intriguing and is looking for contemporary ways to produce and disperse art. Furthermore, Marie Maillard carefully keeps track of which new materials. In her visual work she also reflects on the nature of matter and the materials of the future.nthe artist preludes on future technology that makes material transformations possible by, for example, making changes to the molecular structure. In this way, marble, wood, stone or metal could become transparent or even liquid and the branch could transform into inorganic matter such as glass or water (‘TWIG 1808‘, 2018).

Marie Maillard, Nanda Janssen