I imagined drawing on a black sheet of paper with a white marker. Black is the negation of colour, it represents the absolute limit beyond which there is nothing, it is the “no”, as opposed to the “yes” of white, white is the virgin page on which you can still write the story, black is the final conclusion. Black and white are the two extremes, alpha and omega, the beginning and the end. Black, for me, is the unconscious. The subjects move within this absolutely indefinite and abstract environment, living everyday life. It is as if the subjects depicted were...
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