As part of the « Human Learning. What Machines Teach Us », 𝙄𝙄𝙄𝙄 is an in-situ installation created especially for the front porch of the Canadian Cultural Centre.

The lighting installation 𝙄𝙄𝙄𝙄 is composed of four rectangles which can evoke as many zeros. Its bright red colour reminds us of the digital displays’ aesthetics.

Onion Skin

Onion Skin is a graphical work about the re-composition of time and space through a game of perspectives, both of the exhibition space itself and that of the projection canvas. Built around a progressive structure, made up of 4 parts lasting 14 minutes in total, the piece plays on the principle of repetition and scale to create a physical and hypnotic experience that opens doors onto the hidden and untouchable. Onion Skin is augmented by a 5.1 sound broadcast that reinforces this impression of volume and space.

In Parallel

In Parallel consists of 6 light tubes arranged at first sight in a staggered pattern. They are suspended above a water pond, their arrangement in space represents a perfect parallelism when the spectator is located on a predefined point. However, their reflection seems to reflect a different image of reality: indeed, the image projected in the pond does not reflect the parallelism that the spectator perceives live.

In Parallel contradicts the “veracity” of a “natural” reflection, by dissociating a perceived composition and its image reflected by a water pond.

DELTΔ (Echolyse series)

Since ancient times, DELTΔ, the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet, has been represented by a triangle pointing upwards. Originating from the equivalent letter of the Phoenician alphabet, it is based on a hieroglyph initially representing a door.

Making use of the anamorphosis technique, the piece is based on the position of the spectator, predetermined by the artist, from which the audience will be able to visually reconstitute the geometrical symbol and discover the “pelures” (peelings) emitting from the very center of its gravity.


Inspired by Newton’s research on light, spectrum takes shape through an in situ installation, an anamorphosis, composed of several coloured light lines, creating a dialogue between the space and the spectator. The colours of each line slowly change from red to purple and symbolize the monochromatic components of white light.

The light installation Spectrum was first created in summer 2019 thanks to Electric Castle festival in Bontida, Romania.

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