With Indian ink and a pen holder, everyone is invited to submit and write a wish which will be hung on a leather game birds holder (used in the field of hunting to transport small game).
The container containing the ink is fashioned from binder and papier-mâché powder. Facing the frame, a base made of a glass plate, behind a black and white photo placed on an expanded polystyrene mould. This represents an architecture of assembled cubes. A pen holder, another ceramic container serrated with a red thread.
The elements that make up this moment is an invitation to meditation, to a ritual to soothe and find the words that are unique to each, linked to desire. The small cards on which the wishes are written are not hung on the game bird. The words are collected and then burned. The ashes are sown in the wind. It's thought-provoking and means "the bird is not dead" and « the desires have not disappeared". They are present there and are reborn each time they are handwritten.
We are living after a phase of global confinement, as if everyone had experienced the feeling of a sobering-up cell due to a pandemic. Forced introspection leads to an exercise in self-esteem. The composition becomes a spokesperson overcoming obstacles. The words collected are then burned and the ashes sown in the wind.