The Spontaneous Irruption series, currently made up of 4 gum bichromates, focuses on animals photographed in the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, in the extinct species section. These apparitions are developed on wallpaper, metonymy of the contemporary caves that our houses are as well as references to parietal art.
Spontaneous Irruptions questions the relationship that human kind maintains with the natural world. It echoes with the ancestral connection that unites human beings and animals. The series tells us about this faraway past on imaginary lands, and about these artists whom passed on the memory from the depths of the caves. There, far from the sky and the looks; on the mineral walls, they worked and revealed the light - making animal figures emerge from their hands.
Crédits photo : © Andres Quilaguy