For a long time appear forms when I put the glance. Naturally I see objects, landscapes as such.
But the interaction of the forms in the space, the light and the multiple 3-dimensional effects lead (infer) an infinity of readings.
It is this game (set) of discoveries that was worth to me many reprimands because they are my exercise books
of school which were there often the theater. Fortunately, generous professors showed me the wealth in the search for the worlds of the inside.
Very beautiful. The youth, the ardour, the curiosity and the spirit rather pragmatic made that after an attempt in workshop(studio)
it was necessary to me to take out and to run (roam) the world. See, listen, smell, ingest and strangely not understand.
Made breathless and lived by a profound feeling of humility, the big ground of the pictorial space became
the place of the maceration, the fermentation, the digestion.
There where the word leaves the place with the image.
There where the curiosity urges to search, with more and more fine tools like the archaeologists,
to discover maybe of the sense to the infinite small details.
It is this visual reflection which is proposed to you here.
Yvon Benoit january 2006
"The neuroses exhibit on the one hand striking and far-reaching points of agreement with those great social institutions, art, religion and philosophy. But on the other hand they seem like distortions of them. It might be maintained that a case of hysteria is a caricature of a work of art, that an obsessional neurosis is a caricature of a religion and that a paranoic delusion is a caricature of a philosophical system. The divergence resolves itself ultimately into the fact that the neuroses are asocial structures; they endeavour to achieve by private means what is effected in society by collective effort. If we analyse the instincts at work in the neuroses, we find that the determining influence in them is exercised by instinctual forces of sexual origin; the corresponding cultural formations, on the other hand, are based upon social instincts, originating from the combination of egoistic and erotic elements. Sexual needs are not capable of uniting men in the same way as are the demands of self-preservation. Sexual satisfaction is essentially the private affair of each individual.
The asocial nature of neuroses has its genetic origin in their most fundamental purpose, which is to take flight from an unsatisfying reality into a more pleasurable world of phantasy. The real world, which is avoided in this way by neurotics, is under the way of human society and of the institutions collectively created by it. To turn away from reality is at the same time to withdraw from the community of man."
Sigmud Freud, Totem and Taboo 1912-13