Living sculptures

It is said that we were born from a divine breath on soft clay, and perhaps Sibania draws from this very anecdote the inspiration for its collections: porcelain figurines characterized by a piercing gaze, peach cheeks, braided or loose hair, sometimes flowing in the wind, gracious hands hinting to a gentle movement, as if they were about to tell you a story through body language. Sibania’s sculptures are alive: they look at you, they move through space and they smile at each other with complicity. The plastic rendition technique applied to laces and fabrics, actually worn by the figurines, draws inspiration from the ancient Capodimonte tradition, widespread in our territory for over a century, but I have rarely seen such natural and elegant pieces.