Morgane Tschiember has directed her work from two to three dimensional pieces, in order to explore the transitions between dimensions, and how they relate to each other. Thus her sculptures are sometimes colorful, in order to make color a pure original material to be shaped, and therefore open a connection between painting and sculpture.
Sculpting can also be a way to investigate the relationship between the objects and the places, always trying to have as a result that both are revealed and emphasized so the spectator gets a more complete esthetic experience.
She considers herself as “classic” in the sense that she works on fundamental elements such as form, color, material... that are universals and run through all of art history. But she also explores, in a very personal and innovative way the new possibilities of painting and making sculptures, revealing her interest in how the meaning “shifts” (not only in how one considers what one is looking at, but because reality can not reside in one single interpretation).
As a result, her sculptures try to not only stand in three dimensions, but include others such as time, action, movement, flux or fluids, opening up the place a piece takes and how it relates to where it stands.