FOSSIL IN SECOND STATE

SERIES, 35 X 22 X 4 CM, 2001
RESIN, PHOTO, GLASS
RETURN

Different forms of existential sentiment inhabit the no man's land of my memory. Attempts to classify them are not guided by chronological concerns but according to affective and emotional order.
I'll remember something and with it comes the desire to build a Memory Catalogue. I make an inventory of vital moments by imprinting their marks in space and time: this method produces what I call an intimate topography, a map detailing sensitivities and experiences in high relief.