Very early, my wanderings in the city caused me to be interested in the poetics of non-spaces, places of passage that seemingly don’t belong to anyone (car parks, abandoned factories, shopping centres ...).
It seemed to me that these places, in the absence of humans, animated themselves. As an avid video consumer, I chose to confront these interrogations to the «telegenic space»: the two-dimensional space behind the screen.

I work with installation and video transversally. Using automatons, video field recording and urban objects that I collect on the streets, I stage immersive spaces deserted by humans. Some elements then become actors in the fiction that settles there.