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"Reverdie", 

Fontenay-le-fleury

The work of art L ’Reverdie’, by Sylvie Rabussier, awarded on a competitive basis, was commissioned by the municipality of Fontenay Le Fleury during the construction of the theater by the architect Michel Rouet.

It consists of 6 mosaic columns, functioning in pairs, for the foyer of the theater.


Spreading out at the crossroads of a layout of marbles in which they are reflected, they rise towards the light, symbolizing the blossoming of nature, its rebirth, but also a metaphor for the elevation of the spirit and the creative process.

 

Sylvie Rabussier's idea is that as you enter the heart of the theater,
the columns become more and more elaborate, passing from youth to maturity.

Composed by skilful assemblies of colored glass pastes, they are also made up of a kind of mineral case, magnified by lighting provided by the Architect,
descending from the ceiling and thus vibrating its thousands of small fragments. The column then becomes a sort of virtual column, a metaphor for elevation, multiplied by the various reflections on the ground but also in the glass roofs of the theater.
The realization had been made in an extremely short time and the installation of all these mosaics on these high columns of more than 7 m high represented a technical feat.

 

Today, the focus of the theater has been changed, becoming a place of ’restoration’. This unfortunately impacts the visibility of this work of art,
see it totally denaturing.

The artist Sylvie Rabussier has already had to claim her rights to respect for the work, a legitimate claim that has not ended.

 

Some works

L'Infante

L'Infante

In tribute to the Ménimes de Vélasquez, Sylvie Rabussier created this window mosaic on the facade of her workshop.

Le Chemin Debussy

Le Chemin Debussy

The Chemin Debussy is a public work in situ, 300 meters long, in homage to the composer Claude Debussy. It is a work-journey that allows you to gradually enter the universe of the musician. It is located on the access road to the Claude Debussy College in Saint-Germain-en-Laye (78100). It was restored by Sylvie Rabussier in 2012 and re-inaugurated as part of the events around the 150th anniversary of Claude Debussy and the Heritage Days.

Les Arbres se souviennent...

Les Arbres se souviennent...

16 meters high by 11 meters wide, this monumental mosaic adorns the gable of Le Rondeau college in Rambouillet, opposite the park of the Château de Rambouillet.

Rajahstan

Rajahstan

Commissioned by Polylogis, this mosaic installation is located in the central patio of a private residence.

Les Droits de l'homme et les devoirs du citoyen

Les Droits de l'homme et les devoirs du citoyen

Following post-riot emergency mediation in Dammarie-les-Lys (77190), followed by extensive social and cultural mediation throughout the Plaine du Lys by Sylvie Rabussier (mediator and artist), this mural mosaic is part of a set of ten mural mosaic works symbolizing the theme of human rights and the duties of the citizen.

Reverdie

Reverdie

In the foyer of the Fontenay-le-Fleury theater (78330), built by the architect Michel Rouet, Sylvie Rabussier has created a set of large mosaic columns. The seasons are then linked to the play of lights.

Tribute to Klimt

Tribute to Klimt

In reference to Gustav Klimt's "Kiss", Sylvie Rabussier created this mosaic work which is part of a series tribute to great references in the history of art.

 

Sylvie Rabussier seen by...

"I, the undersigned Gérald Van der Kemp, member of the Institute, Honorary Inspector General of the Museums of France, Honorary Chief Curator of the Estate and Palace of Versailles and Trianon, Honorary Curator of the Claude Monet Foundation,

certify that in front of the talent and the passion of her work, I presented Sylvie Rabussier myself for the prize of the Fondation de La Vocation.

I consider her to be a great artist, and I am an admirer of her work. "

 

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