INVISIBLE

SCULPTURE BOOK MADE OUT OF PAPER CUTOUTS — 2018

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture book made out of paper cutouts (2018)

  • Cécile Babiole "Invisible" sculpture boo  made out of paper cutouts (2018)

Invisible is sculpture book made out of paper cutouts.

Each page holds the outline of a thin slice (the depth of a leaf) of a real-size clitoris cut out of graph paper. When the book is closed, the superimposed cutouts of the 290 sheets build the exact volume of the organ at a 1: 1 scale.
Thus this graphic work created by the artist Cécile Babiole shelters within its pages, invisible but nevertheless present in all its amplitude, the mold of a clitoris, that organ of female pleasure long ignored by anatomy books and whose complete topography has recently been rediscovered thanks to researchers’ Helen O’Connell and Odile Fillod 3D models.

A printed version of the piece is also published.

PRODUCTION

Co-produced by Les Ondes / Atelier Poincarré

Special thanx to Tom Violleau and to Eugénie Lempaszak