Capturing the profile of artists supported by Rubis Mécénat, with different universes and cultures, this is the challenge of the ART(ist) series.
Laureline Galliot is a French designer, she lives and works in the Paris region. Influenced by her own digital paintings, she experiments with modelling and virtual paintings and explores the new forms of pictoriality offered by virtual sculpture and painting software. In 2019, Rubis Mécénat commissioned Laureline Galliot to create a triptych of digital paintings inspired by Ndao Hanavao, a long-term social design project initiated by the endowment fund in Antananarivo, Madagascar. The paintings depict scenes specific to the recovering of plastic waste practiced in Antananarivo, the preliminary steps to the making of Polyfloss wool. Laureline Galliot is also collaborating with Ndao Hanavao on the creation of a new rug model made from Polyfloss wool.