“I love mixing genres and eras,” explains Sarah Tritz, born in 1988 and living and working in Paris. This taste for fusion is certainly inherited from Rauschenberg (if it wasn’t Paul Thek or Schwitters). In these handcrafted “architectures,” where collage, drawing and sculpture collide, we can sense the layers of art history, snatches of surrealism stuck between an old umbrella (possibly belonging to Mr Hulot or Jacques Tati?) and a shiny metal plate. Her oeuvre is one that moves along with no precise destination, between a formal clarity and dishevelled fictional elements, between delicacy and brutality. In 2014, the artist enjoyed a solo exhibition at the Parc Saint-Leger in Pougues-les-Eaux. The Ricard Foundation in Paris exhibited her work in a solo exhibition in 2015. Her oeuvre can be found in both public and private collections (Centre National d’Art Plastique, FRAC Limousin).