This series is a fictive ecosystem in which identities become porous and metamorphoses possible; an environment in which I seek to know what the notions of individuality, plurality and otherness can mean when the limits of bodies are challenged.
This series draws on my experience of dissociation and depersonalization. Losing some sense of individuality – where my body begins and ends – led to a struggle to understand the boundaries of my environment and then to question how we define our identity as human beings. For a long time, Western philosophy has done everything to distinguish human from animals to the point of thinking we were outside the sphere of the living. Based on this observation, I explored the relationships between human and non-human beings, trying to escape from a prism of utility or servitude and seeking instead to identify the common forms that cross us.