My current research has as its central pivot the notions of passage, duration, interconnection and cyclic repetition.
My practice is articulated through three main approaches: drawing on paper, three-dimensional works, and public and participatory works.
Through astonishment, the latter seek to create reflection and, ultimately, to provoke paradigm shifts. The three-dimensional approach is reflected, among other things, in works in nature of an ephemeral nature as well as works that use outdated materials, such as cardboard packaging.
When it comes to drawing, I mainly use two technical approaches. The first is based on a method I developed, which consists of using adhesive tapes on paper. These tapes build the drawing in the first instance. By peeling them off, they cause an almost invisible alteration of the surface. Then, by rubbing graphite powders on it, the image appears slowly, a bit like photographic development in the darkroom. This process, with its slow, methodical approach, could be similar to certain approaches associated with craft techniques.