The crystallisation of a perpetual motion, my forms and objects are as much
beginnings as final results. Thus, within all these "pseudo-series", each specimen
completes the precedent as much as it precedes the following. Everything is only
a trial, "transition towards"...
Unceasingly conceiving forms (from objects to sculptures) using significant topics
(the vision "to want to dig deeper") which all converge towards the curve, the alive,
I test the limits of the material, in order to push and to enrich my knowledge. Excited
by lightness and smoothness, I generally seek to withdraw the stone from its heaviness.
Simply personal dynamics? Not only. The play of the colours as well as the reduced
dimensions of my creations also contribute to scrambling the ordinary spectator's
tracks, thus supporting the appearance of autonomous forms opening out in space.
The size of my productions is not just the result of a pronounced taste for the interior,
the fine and the meticulous. It is also a way for me to feel like an alchemist, transforming
lead into gold. To do the utmost with the minimum, while seeking to animate the inanimate,
is for me the most adequate means, to respect, whilst always seeking to develop, the pieces
of (so precious) matter that are at my disposal.
Furthermore, my objects and forms, which are as much odes to freedom, enable me to live,
in this cocoon which is the workshop, this small share of vanity, of will for power, present
in each one of us, in a bearable way, and even happily... They are demonstrations of this will
to be there without being there, a discrete participation in the walk of the world...
Thus, with their share of successes and imperfections, and answering a convocation from the
daydream of creation, these very human works of art coming from a small shout (always heard from afar)
of "wanting to exist", wanting to be witnesses of a prolific confrontation of dream and reality, of a
search for freedom which is, ultimately, the salt of our "ec-sistence"...