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The Shadow is a psychological term introduced by Swiss psychiatrist Carl G. Jung. It is everything in us that is unconscious, repressed, undevelo… Read More
The Shadow is a psychological term introduced by Swiss psychiatrist Carl G. Jung. It is everything in us that is unconscious, repressed, undeveloped and denied. These are dark rejected aspects of our being. These pieces mixing evocations, questions, strengths aim to materialize some interpretations of this archetype. Read Less
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black silicone poured on a MDF disk (ø130cm)
A floating mass that creates an oppressive and absorbing space when one is underneath. The attraction phenomenon confronts the repulsive silicone viscosity.
dark volume into an acrylic glass box
Questioning the unreachable and the depth, what is inside can’t be properly defined.
laquered steel
A visually simple piece that worries by its sharp shape and its undefined function.
wool yarns hardened on their top part
By modifying the wool condition, it changes the «reassuring» quality of the material.
wooden structure, mirrors
Both clear and black mirrors giving one’s head multiple reflections.
Experiments