WHITE NOISE

VIDEO – WHITE NOISE (7 minutes in loop)

Two voices recite a poem extracted from Ovid’s Metamorphosis simultaneously in Latin and English. Woodlands and hills burn, rivers boil, the Earth’s entire surface bursts apart. In this extreme circumstance, kind-hearted Earth speaks to Capitalism and warns: “Look around: Both poles are steaming! If fire melts them, your own temples shall collapse!”.

VIDEO – LES MOUCHES (12 minutes in loop)

All quotidian events, meaningless and banal, hide a tragedy. The video opens with Marguerite Duras’ words “…Je vais parler de rien. De rien.”. But in the enclosed universe of the video frame, the presence of death becomes hypnotic and unbearable. The drawing power of consumption continues to be irresistible to the flies even in the face of their self-annihilation.

PHOTOGRAPHS (20 photos 111×74 cm)

Nature just after the catastrophe that covered the skies with dust and ashes. Time stops for a few minutes before decay and extermination begins. The time to experience the beauty of the sublime, the horror of what we have destroyed.

INSTALLATION (70  metal plaques 21×30 cm)

A world without humans would be a world without colors. Black plaques each honoring the 70 pure pigments of Sennelier’s colour chart. While these pigments were the basis for the infinite oil-colour range in Cezanne, Matisse or Picasso, only the beauty of their names would remain: Jaune de Mars, Rouge Vermillion de Chine, Vert Véronèse, Noir d’Ivoire,…