Inhabitable

“Uninhabitable”
Graphite, gouche, tracy paper and wood
Variable Dimensions
2017

The premeditated use of the idea of map, is metaphorical since I find a relation of -location and loss- in my work, using the -curved lines-, which is a technical term used in the topographic sciences to represent the surface of the territory. Generating a large topographical mantle that engulfs everything the city forgets. A territory in this case-those landscapes-others, those parallel, and enigmatic worlds, building through elements that coexist in everyday life and in strangeness.

In this work I see how the drawing is taking a material, corporeal prominence that transits between the flat and the volumetric.

Photo: Léa Giraldin