Research

In the beginning, everything is dark: I don't know what will happen. Creation occurs when I take a step into the unknown, entering a higher state of mind and letting it guide me; it feels like an unintended intention.

Then, it is a question of tension and attention: I have to be both in a state of expectancy and in the present moment. At some point, the meaning of the art will emerge, impose itself, and it is at that moment that I have to see and seize what occurs in order to create.

In the beginning, everything is dark: I don't know what will happen. Creation occurs when I take a step into the unknown, entering a higher state of mind and letting it guide me; it feels like an unintended intention.

Then, it is a question of tension and attention: I have to be both in a state of expectancy and in the present moment. At some point, the meaning of the art will emerge, impose itself, and it is at that moment that I have to see and seize what occurs in order to create.