"There aren’t human acts, which ignore the abyss. The work of the hand in the material can be deconstructive or re-constructive. I chose to construct, transform this elementary material in something subtler. This is why I say that the man who explores wood with the knife in his hand, is the man who walks through life.
This man encounters love: two curbs reach each other. This man rejoices himself: the lines form light rays. This man is overwhelmed by pain, the lines disrupt. Afterwards, when he manages to overcome the abyss, several lines of energy traverse the composition."