Ce qu’il y a de plus profound (…) it’s the first part of a famous verse by Paul Valéry which concludes that the deepest thing is the skin, this is, the surface. This piece explores the plastic and aesthetic potential of a phenomenological approach based on perception.
We see the image of a plastic chair printed on a canvas, laying on the chair itself. As flexible matter, the canvas sinks into the chair, becoming another skin. This superficial level of perception is neither trivial nor meaningless; on the contrary, it illustrates a crucial moment for the comprehension of a daily object as a pure aesthetic intuition.