I mainly work in black and white because to me that simplify my visual world. [...] In the 22 Conjurations, Skirts, Flatland and Spaceland series, the monochrome mode allows me to suggest an alternative reality. In spite of all my efforts [...], these images may prove imperfect and flawed. Learning to appreciate and to celebrate these imperfections has allowed me to partly deal with an insoluble mystery and to in some way give meaning to the world’s absurdity. [...] My collection of images, catalogues, albums and literary texts is my main source of inspiration. I am interested in images where necessity and functionality prevail over aesthetic value, those images where the raw substance is revealed when they are diverted from their initial purpose.[...]
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