A personal interpretation of the coast between Brittany and Lisbon, ‘Azulejos’ is a set of three unconventional pieces where long, narrow azulejos, painted and shaped to evoke the changing depth and colours of the sea, lap against a shore of naked black ceramics. The undulating stand-alone wood screens are reminiscent of the structures of boats; the painting is a result of Noé’s free experimentation with colours and materials, a process of letting go and allowing the materials to express their own truth.

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