Silkscreens on paper, 60 x 42 cm, photogram on baryta 60 x 42 cm, photography
"It's all about how you look at the world. Examining, finding joy in small things.
In childhood my look was somehow narrowed by the ubiquitous curtains in our house, in every house. So I played with a sort of photographic depth of field to which my eyes enabled me. I focused my view either on the square grid of the curtain itself or on the cut out of the world behind it. The curtain was a protection and an enclosure at the same time. When I entered Folkwang School I slowly got rid of this curtain.
As the silkscreen workshop was always empty, I decided to learn about this craft (that reminded me of Andy Warhol) and realized a couple of serials there. Besides I played the meaning of screen by silkscreening a screen."