Fleet of stars

The 3-D paintings I have been making spring from every-day-life objects I have stumbled upon, my mother in law’s beads or other objects, banal and meaningless due to no longer being in use. These objects work for me as terrain vague (vague space) because of their absence of use and purpose. They have a sort of vacant signification that recalls a sense of freedom in me. My way of working by making, doing and un-doing fits very well this vague space. The paintings in Fleet of stars spring as well from the little and vulnerable beach house where I live by the shore, and, as a counterbalance, the inspiration that I find in the colors, patterns and shapes that I used in my childhood.