Spring Summer 21
hrough part of his work called the “passport masks”, the plastic artist enlightens us on a tradition of Central Africa where travelers wore and presented their mask as a symbol of their identity when moving. This object was organically constituted and enriched with fragments of materials, colors and other aesthetic signs collected throughout its life course. It explores a whole new idea of the world and its discovery, the richness which is acquired through the journey we take in our lives and the sharing of our experiences with others. This particular attention given to the individual and not to the group is at the heart of the creation of this summer collection.