I use the notions of flexibility and transformation to share my vision of a world in constant evolution.

Successively traps or offering, screens or windows, my structures are never frozen ; they vibrate between light and shadow, they move in the wind, in a succession of contradictory images, which reflect a plural reality.


DEBORDEMENT,  Forêt d'Halatte,  novembre 2015  -  FENETRE SUR COUR,  Aumont,  mars 2016

HORS-SERIE, Manoir de Couesme, septembre 2013    -    EQUIVOQUE, Ploumagoar,  septembre 2015

INTERVALLES,  Forêt d'Halatte, été 2011   -   novembre 2011

 HORS SERIE, Manoir de Couesme, automne 2013   -   IMPROMPTU, Drée, été 2014

 ENTRE-DEUX,    Stosswirh,    printemps 2006   -   LEÏTMOTIV,    Landen,    été 2007        

Open Air and Fiber ART


I choose trivial materials, I craft them with primitive textile techniques to produce simple geometric shapes, then I install these flexible structures in different urban or rural aeras. 

Most often, I use gift wrap ribbon, of course because I am particularly aware of its symbol of present and festive events. I like its hues, its lightness, its fluidity, its weather resistance and because it is a recyclable material.

When I work in public space, I enter the people's daily  setting. Even if my Installations are fleeting, they create a slight change of scenary for passerbys ; I think it is never anodyne, and I emphasize each time about the harmless, aerial and temporary aspect of my landscaping Installations.

Both solid and fragile, shells devoid of any contents, the nets seep, ripple and get through space to embody a tension between reality and fiction. Playing with the opposites, natural-artificial, fragile-solid, continuity-brittleness, I question the self-evidences and certitudes. 

ECLOSION,    Jardin Mosaïc,    mai  -  novembre 2015

SUITE LUNATIQUE   Château de Villevêque,  2014

 ARTEFACT  Bois de Belle Rivière,  Québec,  été 2010   -   hiver 2012

 L'ENTRETEMPS,  Vern sur Seiche,  été 2009

IMPROMPTU,  Drée, été  2014


"French textile and environmental artist Edith Meusnier creates unusual Installations in unusual spaces. Her art is unique and somewhat shocking, bringing compounds together whose mutual existence is conflicting and contradictory. Her amazing colorful textile pieces are created from weather resistant plastic ribbons, but look like delicate, fine weavings. A feeling of fragility is underlined by the placing of lacy, transparent textile pieces in the city, forest, and river spaces. Artificial shapes are extended into and by nature. Wind, light, shades, and shadows surprisingly supplement the piece, constantly changing it visually. Nature is extended by artificial Installations that change the angles of existing nature views.

Environmental ideas comprise the main preview 4 points of Edith Meusnier's art, along with the concepts of fragility and durability, the meeting points of the human-nature relationship. the ideas of communication, the beauty of balance, and existence are also touch upon."

Irina A. Hinkel, 2015