Her style is intended to be humble, non-invasive, yet highly referential. Abstraction always bears something real, even tangible. In this sense, Amielle Clouâtre is famous for her capacity to synthesize, eschew and transcend binary oppositions. Apparent contradictions are to her, but two sides of the same coin; the aestheticism Clouâtre seeks out, therefore, lies far beyond a dualistic conception. This trait is undoubtedly rooted in her youth: Clouâtre was raised in the countryside before becoming a real urbanite. Her art is heavily influenced by both of these realities. Consequently, what may appear to us as a dichotomy, for her becomes a single, multi-faceted reality.