Nylon zip-ties are the main components of Elisabeth Picard’s complex sculptural forms. She works from Montreal. See Blogroll for a link.

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Constructions – zip-ties, glass, painted steel & neon /

Flot & Flot detail – zip-ties, glass, painted steel & neon /

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The Waitomo Cave installation performed for the 2016 BNSC (The National Biennial of Contemporary Sculpture, Quebec) and inspired by the Waitomo cave in New Zealand /

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Defragmentation exhibition – dyed zip ties, LED lights, aluminium & enamel painted steel /

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Ondulation & detail of Ondulation – dyed zip-ties, LED lights & painted wood /

Untitled – dyed zip-ties, fluorescent lights, enamel painted steel & glass /

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Nuees (Clouds):  Ceratium, Phacus, Closterium – zip-ties & dyed zip-ties  /

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Figures harmoniques (Harmonic figures) – zip-ties, baked enamel steel & fluorescent light /

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Décors du spectacle Vertiges ECM+  (Decorations of the spectacle, Vertiges) (The Montreal Contemporary Ensemble) – zip-ties /

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Rainbow mountains & Rainbow mountains detail – 60 000 dyed zip-ties /

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