Nothing seems more enigmatic to me than the marvellous human machine which has the incredible faculty to contain all our moods without really revealing the great mystery of life. My curiosity couldn’t be limited to a simple observation, even subject to my emotions. I am directly inspired, as an artist, by heterogeneous elements of our being such as flesh, bones or molecules.
Therefore, my digital artworks contain a form of visual abstraction which is necessary to transform bone cavities, muscle fibres, glistening cartilages, in arabesques with flamboyant or smooth colours; this oneiric world would be an in-depth reading of our existence.
I never get tired of looking at these fabulous anatomical plates which make me dream so much, except that my «artistic soul» essentially refers to the sensory sensitivity so as to create another universe where some often disjointed forms fit in patterns with diffuse outlines.
The flesh, sublime, is a fertile material, endowed with an amazing power of seduction: its shimmering epidermis contains ineffable enjoyments highly concentrated in such desirable erogenous zones.
The «Intrinsic moistness» of the human body, located in the brain, is also subject to jubilant desires (imaginative frenzy) that my being tries to define through supernatural visions.
If the flesh awakens up spirits to erotic desires, on the other hand the human skeleton with its stumbling bones, symbolising Death, is a true source for beings in search of spirituality.
The human body, revisited within my works, entitled «Black images», is a «carnal» fragment of the universe.
The human body, revisited within my works, entitled «White images», is a cluster of pink flesh.
The human body, revisited within my works, entitled «Digital drawings», is a simple line.
The human body, revisited within my works, entitled «Psychosis», is an entity.
Aestheticise the carnal or transcendental part of the human being thanks to bold artifices is a manner to penetrate with refinement «the» seductive and mysterious creation of the world.