The work of Forlane 6, a creative studio founded by Hortense Le Calvez and Mathieu Goussin and based in Rethimni, Greece, involve water in some shape or form. Whether it is visualized by way of a debarked branch impaling an aquarium or a ghostly illuminated button-down shirt completely submerged in water, the images are abstract and thought-provoking.
The masterminds behind Forlane 6 write, "Water is the tool that allows us to transform ordinary objects inside a transitory and suspended space. When immersed in this element, materials can be displaced using their buoyancy, currents or air pressure. The movements of the sculptures participate to its metamorphose and recalls natural qualities." Essentially, this liquid element allows the imaginative artists to create scenes and artworks that transcend the normal.