“I want to talk about the body as a symbol used by a society to talk about its fantasies, subject to the gaze and validation of others.
In this, we can say that our body does not belong to us completely, which impacts the construction of the identity, particularly feminine.
This state of affairs takes on a particular dimension in contemporary dematerialized society, which is therefore fantasized. Starting from this observation, I favor the emotional and sensory dimensions. The visitor is at the heart of the process, upstream or downstream of the creative process. The visit consists of a series of playful experiences, often sensory and tactile, which reveal the ambivalence of the subjects: ambivalence of the man vis-a-vis his fantasy, ambivalence or complicity of the fragmented woman thus object, free-will or alienation, play or oppression.
How to reinvest this body that society appropriates? ”