In my practice, I deploy an interplay of words and images to question the systemic, emotional, symbolic, and often invisible relationships we have with our consumption of language, objects and media... At the moment, I am questioning consumables: those objects that we buy or offer, for a monetary sum. I wonder what the purchase and possession of these consumables reveals about our social patterns and our beliefs and superstitions.

To unfold my critical standpoint, I often take as a starting point a detail of our daily life such as an object, a place or a word and pursue a work of observation and reflection based on empirical and theoretical researches. Fiction, staging, but also documentation, distortion and depletion of reality, are some of the processes that I use to project concepts and critical questionings in my realisations.

My projects are not intended to be answers to my questions, but they offer the spectators to appropriate and resume these questions in their own terms. This research-based practice is sustained by a daily need to listen and tell stories, while seeking to understand the broader social, economic and political frameworks in which these personal stories are inscribed in order to reveal their universal character.

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