Here, my practice took shape in a participatory exploration of moments of play and exchange in the streets, through the creation of invitations and opportunities for a time of sharing where I was there, present, learning how to manage my energy and taking the risk of exposure.
It all started from the analysis of a need as common as it is basic: a need for interpersonal connection. Whether it is because, like me, we are travellers, we want to broaden our horizons, that the group of companions and colleagues is not to our liking, or that we are overcoming a particular moment in life where another perspective is only healthy... 
Or even more simply because control and repression lead nowhere, how can we experience more reality?

I put myself in a meeting space... I felt as happy as a second later weak in the light of a pity approach.
…no now I know that in vulnerability lies strength.

I experienced a playful approach to the streets to enrich them with our diversity.

I gave perceptions and moments a chance to be considered and valued to the point of taking on a collective voice.

At an exhibition, I did not change the focus of my research: to free the chaos of personalities, to give value and possibility to coming together and to let the unexpected happen. 
So I created a space that can be filled by the trace of the people who colour it between fantasy, memories, pleasures, pains and desires. 
To encourage this, an easy and effective game devised following a metaphor guided me on this path of exploration.


Adrift, A Shift

June 29th - July 6th

Willem Twee Kunstruimte
Boschdijkstraat 100, 5211 VD 's-Hertogenbosch