Following the outline of an old wardrobe - it dominates like a relic in the house - the copper has been cut and its engraving transposed into a dreamlike dimension. The two doors are wide open to the eye. Surrender to an imaginary journey to immerse yourself in the reality of the dream. The sheets of paper that hover in the air indicate that the inhabitant of the house seen in the forest is not far away. He communicates with you through paper. The etching texture highlights the different perspective levels.
Copper plate cut: about 365 mm x 400 mm+ 4 pieces (base x height), 1999.
Etching/drypoint on Hahnemühle paper, black ink Luxe Charbonnel, paper size: 500 x 700 mm. Printed by the author.