© Théo Baulig, Courtesy PARIS-B

Zhuo Qi & Jean-Charles Miot

16.11.2020 - 05.12.2020


Zhuo Qi, sculptor artist, collaborated with Jean-Charles Miot, glassblower artist, to bring back to life broken antique Chinese sculptures. The duo created a series of unique pieces, a mix of blown glass and ceramics, entitled “Bubble-Game”.
These creations are part of Zhuo Qi’s artistic approach, nourished by the daily experience of the linguistic, historical and technical clash between Chinese and Western culture.


Zhuo Qi
Zhuo Qi was born in China in 1985 in Fuxin, Liaoning province. Graduated with honors from Le Mans Higher School of Fine Arts (the DNSEP Diploma), post graduate program KAOLIN of ENSA Limoges in France and Geneva University of Art and Design in Switzerland, he has been working and living in France since 2008. He was in residency at Fondation Martell in Cognac, France in 2020. 


Jean-Charles Miot

Jean-Charles Miot, glassblower, was born in Le Mans in 1988. After training at Cerfav in Vannes-le-Chatel, where he met Laetitia Andrighetto; the couple participated in their first joint exhibition at the Strasbourg Glass Biennale. In 2012, they set up their own studio in Mont-de-Marsan before joining the Fondation d’entreprise Martell in 2017. Jean-Charles set up the glass blowing studio there, where he collaborates and supports artists in residence programs.