While sculptures are supposed to be permanent, passive objects, my goal as an artist is to create pieces that breathe, rebel against form and regain agency. While wood and metal are supposed to be heavy and grounded, I struggle to turn them into wispy gossamers that appear to fly up into the wind.
As my sculptures become monumental and involve a real team effort, I believe that my drawings will give an overview of a more intimate side of my work, carried out at night when the city is asleep and my day projects are over.
Looking back, I have to say that “wood” is my first love. Oftentimes, the artisan attempts to bend the wood to his bidding, making something very structured and, in the c...