2012

A statement from a certain point of view defines the landscape as the subject of a glance that alters it more than it describes or analyses it. The recording of signs in space deploys a form of random story-telling and then tries to establish a synthetic definition of what really exists. Specifying how things appear to us using the appearance/reality dialectic then enables us to see and experience the inexpressible once again. We can probably get close to this but we reach the mysterious thing that is appearance and the ambivalence of its presence. The feeling of being unfinished, of elusiveness, perhaps that precious part of relativity is there, which, by implementing the connections contained in the landscape and our memories, proposes the establishment of constantly reinvented readings that nurture our questioning of identity like a mirror.