Road to the Multiverse
Growing up in Paris, baguette was continually coming along family meals. To cut the baguettes, we used a wooden knife imitating a baguette. The correlation of those two look-alikes modelled my perception of things. Moreover leading me to think that our environment holds no absolute truth but the one we interpret. I like to play with characteristics and meanings of our daily life. They complete and repel each other in paradoxical fashions. Fruit of fantasy, Road to Multiverse stages my collection of absurd objects in two worlds, a shop display, and a home set. Within this illusion swings what feels right and what feels real.