This is an abstract Amazonian rain forest. An impenetrable forest of signs where patterns and colours call out, provoke each other, brush against each other and collide, but always end up flying away in a soft cotton, wool or silk.
On its edge, embroidered on the label, a strong name: Mapoésie. The title of a manifesto? Yes, but more than that, perhaps that of a graphic epic poem that Elsa Poux has been writing alone or with a group of invited artists since 2010. In the style of interwoven narratives of the antiquity, this designer who graduated from the National School of Decorative Arts in Paris, tangles up the patterns with her own personal mythology.