I search, and photograph, landscapes, humans, animals and architecture, to call attention to the power of the form , that is given by, every single life, that stand as singular and inalienable “beings in the world.” All the elements in the visual vocabulary which I have developed over the years, from north to south (light and shadows, colorful and pictorial, theatrical and real), proceed from the necessity to link my personal history (with its gaps, its myths, its hopes, its constant transformations) to the external world, an unalterable source that challenges the limits of our vision, the feelings, the visible shapes where the figure of the other arises... It was after my return from Casablanca in 2000 that the seed of a less fictional and scripted form of creation took root, making it more open to the present. less scenerized and so more open . »
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