Johanna de Clisson develops and exhibits her work in a studio in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. Playing with paradoxes, Johanna de Clisson sculpts objects with brutalist and voluptuous shapes and volumes, like two extremes colliding. On the borderline between art and design, the ceramist claims the beauty of constraint, asceticism as a guideline. She plays with chamotte earthenware with its rough texture and crackled enamel with its sensual feel, which she sometimes combines with metal or wood in her studio-laboratory in northern Paris.