Breeze, volcano, dream. Image, substance, wandering. Limes, mixed earth, cut lines, debris, humus, flows, colours, clouds, breakthroughs. Our memory is an immense body with shifting forms. A genuine machine-material in which our feelings are constructed, it is that inner landscape, that architecture in which sensation flees, deep within.
The installation Mémoire d’un vol invites us to question movement, down to its very traces. Inseparable from the creative process that constitutes it – a live performance leaving a photographic trace on the ground – the work is a laboratory open to the sky. The exhibition space here is a space of experimentation and sedimentation. The light score identically reproduces the trajectory of the body that has moved during the performance. What seems immutable starts moving again, through light and through the viewer’s gaze.
Fluid, infinite, the image freezes nothing. It is an uncentred point, a change of state, a shift, a taking flight towards the freedom to be oneself, in the world.