The rear-view mirror appears as recurring punctuations in my work. Both narcissistic reflections and narrative supports, the sentence engraved on the mirrored surfaces engage a correspondence between meaning and the performative posture they induce.
The similarity between the features of these etchings and the use of the reflecting surface for the taking of psychotropic substances stimulating megalomaniac tendencies is evident. As the path of emancipation, in its liberating acceptance, to try to artificially take precedence over reality.
I AM CLEAN, the mirror scarified by this highly evocative phrase is again an agent of ambiguity. The meaning it conveys muddies its original energy, highlighting, not without humour, the discrepancy between the aspirations of the individual and what he really is.