We navigate through the waters of our [re]constituted memory.
We travel through an initiatory voyage of [re]discovering a
[trans]ported history, a [re]composed identity,
the inheritance of our [re]transmitted origins.
[re]forms an iconographic library
proving our constant evolution.
Photographic and [audio]visual archives,
become visual organic samples,
digital reminiscences and material traces of
our memory struggling against oblivion.
Image[s] are [re]transformed,
between fiction and reality.
Image[s] were archive[s],
Image[s] are archive[s],
relic[s] of our experiences.
In the perpetual conflict of my cultural origins,
I [re]transcribe in my works a duality [inter]woven
to the identity [in]quest of our [inter]mixes.
I [re]delve into the narrations of
my individual memory in search of
iconoclastic legends and mythological tales.
Through this inquiry,
I'm [re]founding my personal mythology by
[re]injecting [new]archives into the collective memory,
[re]building fragments of the universal history.
It gives us a world to [re]view and
perceive through its investigations,
its [con]quest for Immortality.