Indian drawer

A drawer of simple proximities, where some “simple” images of the world collect, outside any serial context, beyond any common thread or aesthetic.  Here, the object of attention often rubs shoulders with the unknown, or the indefinable, or the impenetrable.  Tending to isolate certain elements (taken note of, certified or perturbed), but above all to open new doors, to preserve ambiguity, to pierce the lining, the reverse side of the depth of things, right to the first appearance of phenomena, right to the tremble of life..

Emmanuel d’Autreppe