Armed with a sneaky attitude, I explore mine and other people’s ongoing greediness, whilst always in search for intimacy. From bits and pieces, people and places - the universe and his disturbing strangeness become my authentic playground. Cutting, arranging, collaging together precarious materials at a slow pace, my process is tedious and never over. I could be assimilated to an eternally curious kid, who can’t stop but play with bits of his world at large.
The materials I am using are fragile but also toxic. It made me realize that my work was not made to be locked inside school or between 4 concrete walls. Lately, I presented « Vizavi » (face-to-face), a disposable installation taking place in various locations around the city of London. Just like a wanderer resigned to leave his possessions behind, it is a call for unshackling. These « deceptive détournements » don’t belong to a locked room and they only find their true meaning when taken outside. Therefore they are plucked from their safety nest and brought to their most vulnerable states. Adorned of uncommon and unpredictable objects, the toilet space loses its triviality and derives from anthropocentrism in order to become a space ready to be invested by new forms of artificial life. Just as you enter the toilet space to leave an accumulation of things behind, from empty cans to fecal matter - I decided to do the same and to abandon my art which now belongs to the public sphere.