On process and serendipity
Averse to intentionality and fixed creative processes, the artist Anne Brugni has set up a working framework where accidents, chance associations, and serendipity can occur. She thus often composes from cut-out papers that end up in a jumble on her desk or on the floor. Certain coincidences of proximity favour the shaping of images. Here, Brugni describes this mode of production made up of controlled uncertainty, where the idea is always next to oblivion, waste to salvage.