Entering Tïa Calli Borlase's world is entering an uncommon environment of objects of desire in which the artist creates unique three-dimensional arrangements, according to the art critic Paul Ardenne.

Made from re-thinking and re-assembling everyday materials into a metaphoric re-use, her sculptures have unusual and ambiguous forms. Made with very personal material elements derived from lingerie, such as bra cups, ribbon, intimate fabrics and corset stays, they may become photographs or performances.

Through all her works, be there sculpture, photography, drawing or performance, the artist creates her own "geography of desire" (refering to a Gilles Deleuze concept).