During her exhibitions, Léa was struck by the influence that the environment could have on the reading of a work. She asks herself about how the artwork could continue to live outside the framework of the exhibition. It is this questioning that was at the origin of the jewellery and objects collection, a desire to create a new relationship with art from a motionless artwork and give it an infinite dimension. Thus by wearing these jewels, the spectators embody the artwork as well as its aestheticism, becoming one with the material and offering it a multitude of different lives.
The rings are fragments of the AMN sculptures, adapted in sterling silver 925 and bronze, and handmade by a craftsman (winner of the Skills Olympiads) on a conventional lathe in France. Each piece is unique. In order to push this experience even further, the sculptures have also been fractured into art objects such as candle holders. Manufactured by the same process, they recover their initial function of illuminating, the AMN series being itself inspired by liturgical candlesticks.