Artist statement

Through a production of sculptures (often monumental), bas-reliefs and clay installations, I create a world where current concerns and existential questions overlap. The human being is represented both as a singular individual and as part of a whole much larger than him: the human species and nature. This tension between present and infinite time, between the part and the whole, establishes a temporal and spatial scale which gives another dimension to our daily reality.

Through visual metaphors where characters take on fantastic looks, questions such as the purpose of life, nature and its power of regeneration mix with contemporary concerns such as identity and communication in a digital age.

My work is filled with a strong symbolism, often revealed through an advanced work of textures. These traces, vestiges of a past time or expression of an interior world, constitute a plastic vocabulary which reveals a history inhabited by passage of time, transformation and mutation.