Propagation is a series of paintings on canvas I made during this COVID-19 period. The first series is entirely painted with water on a photographic emulsion, composed of potassium ferricyanide and ammonium ferric citrate. The emulsion is still “trapped” on the canvas, making them “living” paintings that may evolve over time. The size of each painting is 60×85 cm. In the second series, black acrylic paint and plaster were used. The plaster is fixed on the surface of the canvas, in a meticulous balance between fragility and sturdiness. The size of each painting is 50×70 cm. Clicking on one of …


Had the pleasure to make this series of portraits of the new artists in residence at Fondation L’Abri in Geneva for 2019 / 2020. Graphic design by Alex Howling. Check out their website below for more info.

Blue Wonder White Noise

Happy to have been invited to show my latest work at Fondation L’Abri in Geneva. It is such a beautiful space. Special thanks to its director Rares Donca. Blue Wonder White Noise, Color video (7 min. loop), Stereo sound, 2019 (installation view)


Glad to have been invited by artist and photographer Lionel Henriod to show my sound installation alongside his exhibition Repetitio, shown at Espace Graffenried in Aigle. Beautiful photographs taken of the Béjart Ballet Lausanne, beautiful paintings by Edouard Morerod, in such a beautiful architectural space renovation.


“Now wonder has gone away, and I seem to forget that all life is only a set of pictures in the brain, among which there is no difference between those born of real things and those born of inward dreams, and no cause to value the one above the other. We live on a placid island of ignorance in the midst of black seas of infinity, and it was not meant that we should voyage far. The sciences, each straining in its own direction, have until now harmed us little, but some day the piecing together of dissociated knowledge will …


My new album is out on bandcamp!


Le titre de l’exposition renvoie à la notion pythagoricienne de l’harmonie des sphères dans l’Antiquité, où l’organisation de l’univers était expliquée selon des lois mathématiques et musicales fondamentales. Au centre de son exposition, comme un système autour duquel vient s’organiser la présentation des travaux, l’artiste a conçu une installation sonore, à l’aide d’un thérémine (du nom de son inventeur Léon Theremin en 1920), un instrument électronique sensible aux interférences provoquées par les mouvements des visiteurs, traduits simultanément en émissions sonores. Le visiteur est donc d’abord impliqué à son corps défendant dans l’installation, participant ensuite à discrétion à la production sonore, comme un …