[ngg_images source= »galleries » container_ids= »10″ sortorder= »72,68,69,70,71″ display_type= »photocrati-nextgen_basic_slideshow » gallery_width= »1000″ gallery_height= »500″ cycle_effect= »fade » cycle_interval= »8″ show_thumbnail_link= »0″ thumbnail_link_text= »[Montrer sous forme de vignettes] » order_by= »sortorder » order_direction= »ASC » returns= »included » maximum_entity_count= »500″]textil collection, Grand projet, 2014, EnsAD, Paris FR

«The real journey of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes»
Marcel Proust

This landscape is always between two states, sometimes in water, sometimes on land. This encounter creates an unstable space conducive to imagination. The coastline expresses this blurred border between two landscapes. By observing, we learn to see that everything changes constantly. It is enough to differently. This principle is not only applicable to a landscape but can be transposed to our habitat. These surfaces of this collection of textiles and patterns are imagined to be seen from far or close, side or face, light or shadow, alone or superimposed … so many possibilities that can overlap to bring about our intuitions and rediscover every day this place that is believed to know by heart.