The object occupies a dominating place in this series. Just as the 60s Fluxus movement seeking to register the art at the heart of life and daily progress, the aim is detecting in them an aesthetic, formal quality, or just an interest in their function and extricating them from their “domestic” context. Associating objects that have nothing in common is allowing them to switch to the connotation, the absurdity or nonsense. This a way for me to call the look to mind and question the visual identity of our daily lives. The result is a series of pictures which shows the visual richness of our domestic area.
February 6, 2016