My research leads me to look into the pervasiveness of the myths on which our modern western societies are built. In my practice, I call into question the efficiency and legitimacy of imaginary fictions that human beings have created in order to live together:  the United States, God, the World Bank, the Global South debt, G-20, private property, democracy, Goldman Sachs, laws, the European Union, human rights, the market, justice, money...

Through the collection of materials - ideas, objects, logos, slogans and adverts, I explore the representation of political and financial power.  I am especially interested in the period that saw the rise of the State and the Market, mother and father of the alienated individual and the correlated blurring between public and private spaces. I am trying to understand what is left -if- to social interactions amongst individuals in the public sphere.