Pauline Couble studied applied arts in Paris from 1997 to 2002, first addressing scenography and the architectural environment in her design training. Then she discovered sculpture and synthetic materials, with a strong interest in resins and molding techniques. She is interested in design by collaborating with decorators to create unique lighting, by exploring the vast possibilities that resin offers in terms of shape, color, and transparency. At the same time, she was very attracted to the living world and organic matter, and began to create sculptures with undulating shapes where the transparent mass plays with light and colors. Her artistic project then turned towards a sensitive interpretation of the living, where matter is charged with emotion and poetry. A confusion is created between the different materials that bind intimately, between the mineral and the animal, the natural and the synthetic, the living and the inert.