|This text, publicized in 'Papiers Libres',
isn't translated totally yet. . You can read it in French
All 'becoming' has a contingent origin, it depends on the circumstances. The history of becoming is full of relations with the not-becoming. To understand the became it isn't enough to enumerate its properties and actual circumstances, but you will also have to reckon with all attached to its coming into being; with the not-became.
Besides 'Abris' you found drawings of other propositions in the show, enlarged computer drawings on the walls, a computer with an animation of several propositions and the execution of the classic possibility.
In this 'classic' part I showed framed paintings on the ground and their c.v. framed on the wall. This c.v., the paintings history as it is stocked in the computer, is very important. It tells as much about a painting as its physical appearance. The same way as the history of a person is as important as his looking's.
I call my paintings chaotic. I paint with acrylics layer on layer. All is possible while painting. In the end the painting has a quality of infinity, and in time (I could continue to paint without changing its essence) and in space (the essence isn't changed by putting them together, nor by a microscopic enlargement).