(Morin Heights, Quebec)
THE AIR OF TIME, Metal
At the same time as my physical environment changes, as social structures – both moral and technical – evolve, I feel the need for new means of expression, recent methods of realization and presentation that reflect this constant evolution.
For a long time, I have expressed myself through slow realizations characterized by the opacity and solidity of the materials. Thus, I wanted to amaze the observer of the realism of marble, the warmth of bronze, and the life that emerges from wood. Presently, I express my sculptural conception through the manipulation of the metal, looking for a new dimension. These are all concerns to express an interiority that must nourish itself, such as defending oneself, from the great diversity of means.