Using a sensitive approach to textile experimentation, Morgan Baroghel-Crucq offers a contemporary vision of the ancient craft of weaving.
Since 2014 she has explored the possibilities of weaving non-textile materials and she weaves as a way of highlighting the handmade. The materials used, the unpredictable designs, the techniques and the movements are some of the ways of confirming the richness of artisanal production and detaching herself from industrial uniformity.
Her creations are at the crossroads of design, artisanal craft and art and her works are frequently made-to-measure pieces destined for use in interior design projects.
She finds inspiration in her personal vision of beauty: the silence of the landscape and the light that reveals it to us. Her works are born of a vision that is both aesthetic, scientific, historical and philosophical.
Born in 1986, Morgan Baroghel-Crucq graduated from the textile department of ENSCI in 2009. Her Paris atelier opened in 2014 and is now based in Aix-en-Provence. The Fondation d'Entreprise Banque Populaire has supported Morgane's textile research since 2016, and she was awarded the prize for the Jeune Création of Métiers d'art in 2015. In 2019, she joined the Académie des Savoirs Faire, run by the Fondation d'Entreprise Hermès.