Imagination and Limite of the real
Those five paintings are finalizing a research bind to the selfportrait subject. Imagination produces humanoid and monstrous forms, signs of otherness. Somes references are recalled as the first Baselit’z painting period before he puts the picture upside down, or as the William Burroughs’ novel, The soft machine. In this novel, the author brings the perception to the boundary between hallucination and the perception of the reality. Real events are loosing there consistency and they mix to the Burroughs’ literary fiction.
Those pictures are structured by intensities which the figures represent neither as fictions nor narrations but as metaphors.