Contrastes vibratoires, visual and sound installation, December 2018–January 2019, Cantonale Berne Jura, Centre Pasquart, Bienne

Contrastes vibratoires, visual and sound installation, January 2017, Halles Usego, Sierre

Contrastes vibratoires, visual and sound installation, January 2017, Halles Usego, Sierre

Colours are projected on both sides of a panel, then reflected on the walls of the room. Two sound variations, whose pitch difference is constant, mix in space. Both colours and sounds are intensified by their complementarity.

Image and sound attract, but are elusive because they are in perpetual movement. The pixelation effect on the projections captures the viewer's attention but at the same time complexifies the visuals, so that it is impossible to capture the entire phenomenon. The appearance of flat colors create the sensation that the image or sound will stop, but nothing stops. Stability is suggested but never achieved, although a balance is formed through the constant complementarity between colours and sounds. The result is a state of tension between balance and contrast.

When the spectator accepts that there is no outcome and that they cannot grasp the visual in its entirety, they can be carried away by the flow of the succession of variations and move towards a state of contemplation in which their perception of time is no longer determined by precise events but rather by progressive transformations, creating the sensation that time expands and allowing a transformation of their state of consciousness.