My series aims to dig into the loneliness and difficulties of being in a relationship, mostly when the relationship is essentially at an endpoint. As with all my latest works, I investigate the dynamic of relationship from the woman’s point of view, through a deep paradoxical combination of objects, colours and settings, with the function of recalling, as in a dream, the happiest days spent together. While the man is represented as distant and unconcerned, the woman suffers in silence, faced with this failure: the hardest part for her is admitting that their love is over. 

This series starts with a surrealistic staging - the wood and the beach, the shadows and the light - everything seems stuck in a timeless dimension. In an attempt to keep things suspended, the woman finds comfort in a dreamlike reality. 

She resumes an exotic dream and exotic hopes. She is an impressive spectator of events that are carried beyond her will. Despite everything, she triumphs over herself. In spite of her extreme devotion and the denial of her identity, she will never leave.