Aquatint on Canson paper.
Print 47x47 cm
Size 80x60 cm
"Falling from the bridge as high as Golden Gate is just four seconds. (…) Four seconds of falling through no-man's-land that separates two worlds. Four seconds during you are almost dead... but you are still alive."
[Guillaume Musso, Will You Be There?]
The basis of my works is a quote that provoked me to present the metaphor of choice.
I compare taking the decision to jumping from the bridge. There is no bad or good choices. All of them are results of our previous behaviour. In most cases, it is impossible to predict consequences of our choices. But we need to know that all of them are irreversible, as jumping from a high bridge.
Canson Paper, Charbonnel Etching Ink