Jean-Luc Pinçon learned all the steps of pottery making at an early age from Jacques Vilain, but his first job was teaching visual arts. For many years, he has been devoting himself entirely to clay, and his numerous experiments have resulted in families of sculptures that explore a theme. While he has often combined porcelain and stoneware, highlighting faults, recesses and cracks, Jean-Luc is currently concentrating on porcelain which he fires in an electric kiln. Interlacing laces form open spaces whose reflections in a mirror multiply their proportions. The fragility of the material presented in this way is reminiscent of human fragility.