Écritures Anciennes

The Kuba cloths (DR Congo) are the inspiration for this series. Traditionally they were used as a wrapped skirt worn during ceremonies and festivities.

I am fascinated by the movement created by the signs, the rhythm that animates the surface, giving it a lyrical dimension.

The eye moves from one sign to another as to “read” a visual script. The motifs metamorphose into an imaginary alphabet. Thus a story is born from this playful and ancient narrative.

Summer Parade
Harlem Rhapsody
Samba
City Intermezzo
Nocturne
Odd One Out 1
Odd One Out 2
Odd One Out 3
Odd One Out 4
Odd One Out (4)
Playground- Red Light, Green Light copy
Playground- Hide and Seek
Playground- Duck Duck Goose
Life Saver 1
Life Saver 2
Labyrinth 1
Labyrinth 2
Jumping 1
Jumping 2
Jumping 3
Happy Hour 1
Happy Hour 2
Gold Rush 1
Gold Rush 2
Game 1
Game 2
The Right Pass 1
The Right Pass 2
The Right Pass 3
Dancing Sky 1
Dancing Sky 2
Crossing 1
Crossing 2
City Escapade 1-Morning
City Escapade 2- Noon
City Escapade 3-Evening
A Thin Red Line 1
A Thin Red Line 2
Carnival