Our gaze converges towards a central point on the horizon and also that of the little character who is in the distance. We are in a "Finis terrae", a threshold where the earth ends and a world that is not fully defined begins. An accurate etching track highlights the rocks and vegetation. the perspective gradually fades to make room for the light. The little character could represent each of us, his gaze is ours. Light attracts the spirit and makes it bold.
2006 | etching on copper
Plate: 155 x 229 mm (base x hauteur)
Printing on Hahnemühle paper, black ink, paper size: 350 x 500 mm
2 signed and numbered trial proofs (épreuves d'étude) e.e. I/II- II/II + 3 signed and numbered artist’s proofs (épreuves d’auteur) e.a. I/III- III/III + 20 signed and numbered copies 1/20-20/20
Edition Alma Charta, Toccalmatto