Fourth series : My No Man’s Lands descend from the evolution of cold, viscous and mineral materials question our place as living beings in a wider cosmos, where the eternal stands alongside the instantaneous. Life, like the universe, exists only in the present, whilst developing, changing or unchanging, in a space of time close to the eternal. These works give way to contemplative meditation, each of us faced for a moment with the emptiness of astronomical time and the apparent immobility of an ever-changing landscape. My series ‘No Man’s Land’ represents the wandering of a lonely man, lost in his own world; an exploration of the desert.
Photo credits : Francois Jorez and Silvère Jarrosson