Lightjet B&W print on paper, Dimension Variable.
Mekong, Menam Art Fleuve (Workshop in Thailand Spring 2012) with Le Pool P.
Le Pool P had organized a set of workshops in France and abroad. The first have been taken place in Nong Khai (Thailand) a village at the boarder with the Laos nearby the Mekong.
This shared work-time created an opportunity to set up three exhibitions; two in France and one in Thailand, enlightening each stage of the process and travel.
« Thailand is a country deeply influenced by the Buddhist philosophy, Nature becomes essential in life. We are living in places full of meanings, carrying questions about every single life’s strength and weakness. For me, these things have to be questioned by art. These questions about the actual daily life, push myself urgently to explore inner signs, signs of life. During this workshop, I tried to capture the temporary beauty of the daily life, which is often getting away from us. By focusing on the darkness related to the cycles of nature and life, I tried to find small miracles, through observation and snapshots. Art would be an exquisite fragility, manifesting sophisticated movement, carrying mythical stories.
My work has become one with the «spirit of the place», which is a mental and physical place. »