Thesis: Show Us You Care
Ici on n'a rien a part le bon Dieu
Collaboration with Quincy Gary
Scrawling inscriptions map and inhabit psychic spaces. Moving pictures projected onto walls speak a language of document but refuse to inform and deny the pleasures of pattern, coherent build up or catharsis. The narrative is held together in loose layers: clumsy stumbles and charming elegies are composed by the overlapping of colours, thoughts, moments and feelings. Surfaces are not meant to produce a truth and familial moments remain undecipherable. Mining the past for the narratives of the present, yet still weary of intruding on the future in the name of intimacy raiders. Can we invoke the wall guardians to safeguard the unresolved?