Using the most "usual" codes of representation to question what is at work in the world, what makes it substantial: this is where my practice lies.
The juxtaposition of sharp and blurred lines, the concatenation of planes, the organisation of metonymic elements blurs the logic of perception. The frontier between real and reality becomes literal and brings into existence a universe on the border of uchronia, where hope collides with an atonic world, ordered by the discipline of aesthetics and from which meaning and reality escape.
Then comes the time to open a breach, to destroy this excess by adding graphic contributions or impasto. The result is the writing of an image where the absurd flirts with tenderness, catching and disturbing the visual comfort of the spectator, opening him in turn to the possibility of questioning.