Eau-Delà is a series of satellites in black and white. It is about a study of the various states of the water. Sometimes violent, destructive, sometimes reassuring, amniotic. It is the light and the movement which modify its aspect.
Series of four allegorical portraits inspired by the riders of the Apocalypse.
Liminarité is a series of photographic portraits telling, in the style of the classic altarpieces, the tripartition of the rites of passage, more particularly the juvenile initiatory rites marking the separation with the childhood, the aggregation to the world of the adults.
Liminarité is the quality of ambiguity or disorientation that occurs in the middle stage of rituals, when participants no longer hold their pre-ritual status but have not yet begun the transition to the status they will hold when the ritual is complete.
This phase evokes Limbs and contains the concept of “lisièrement” with the school of the sufferings.
In this work the body is immersed in an unchanging, matrix water, without limit and without spatiotemporal mark.
The scale varies according to the polyptych panels.
Of the very close in the distant, the body shares the Experience of its transformation in a dreamlike incubation.
Black and white series of four square photos.
Faces and geometrical forms move in the space of an ink stain.
Klecksographie is a technique of the XVIIIth century consisting in re-hanging some ink on a paper and in folding it to obtain a symmetric drawing.
Series of 13 photos realized around three axes of reading, three notions of Time:
- The « Chronos »: the linear Time or the time of the human life, the birth, the maturity, the death.
- The « Kairos »: the Time of the convenient action or the time, which creates the depth of a moment, a point of decisive fall.
- The « Aiôn »: the Time of the cycle or the time of eternal resumption, of the post-mortem " life ".
Kairos is a temporal journey, a dance of bodies in suspension through the life.
They congeal in a movement where everything tips over.
The flesh becomes marble, bodies’ sculptures.
The linear, floral, animal drawing, adds to the photography in the service of the immaterial, of the universal substance of bodies.