by auto-destructive art, the alternative process of pictures on raw
steel create a mirror game between the work and our environment.
Indeed, without special cares and attention steel will oxide and such
as our ecosystem begun an irreversible deterioration.
a world where images, as esthetical objects or vectors of meanings,
are massively broadcasted through medias, they seems to become more
and more inconsequential, transformed in a trivial consumption
product. Thus, my work, deeply inspired by conceptual and
auto-destructive art intends to go beyond image to question
spectators about their responsibilities and the impact of their
living habits on our environment.
year, the Earth Overshoot Day comes sooner and it is from now on
impossible to deny the impact of the mindless human activity on the
work is extracted from Territory #3 Drêe, a serial realised during a
3 month immersion into Kanak's tribes which see their environment
threatened by global warming and mining activity. This serial is
conceived to be exposed with a documentary work composed by interview
with inhabitant and scientific publications from IRD New Caledonia.