Amarger is a Paris-based visual and textile artist who creates mural or sculptural achievements, interior and in situ installations that explore themes of nature, light, memory and human being.
Her practice includes textile and numerical techniques, laser cutting and engraving, photography, painting. She works predominantly with the mediums of medical imagery, handmade paper, hot glue, textile, luminescent and reflective materials.
The diversion of materials, and more particularly of the support of medical imagery for artistic purposes and memory ends, is essential. Sensitive to ecological issues, she finds in her artistic practice a double direction, highly symbolic: create artworks by recycling discarded materials.
She is post graduated from Applied Arts High schools and Arts University of Paris, France.
Since 1978, AMARGER’s work has been exhibited internationally in solo and notable group exhibitions in contemporary art spaces and museums.
Her work has gained recognition and features in public and private collections worldwide.