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Reliefs, 2017 – 2018


Using the same process of cutting out the shape of the background and replacing the flat support with a thicker material, here again the images gaining spatiality, turn into objects.

In Relief 31, 2020, I question once again our perception of reality through an optical illusion.

The origins of this work lie in the creation of three-dimensional objects – small-format sculptures, composed of glued and painted matches. Unfortunately, the time required for its execution has exceeded the lifespan of these fragile objects. My technique of gluing the tiny surfaces not being perfect, it was impossible for me to expose it.

A little discouraged, I decided to scale up, while foregoing its sculptural aspect in favor of the optical illusion.

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