For a long time, the phenomenon of phosphorescence has occupied a central place in my work. My art pieces are transformed according to the variations of light and react with the environment. Beyond the promise of a luminous revelation, it is the process of transformation over time that interests me the most.
Browse the many sections of my site to discover my works which, as you will see, take several forms: paintings, installations, and also my mail art project which has been part of my research for more than twenty-five years already!
Do not hesitate to write to me, I will read your comments and answer your questions with pleasure!
Mail art workshops in schools: feedback on the Parisian experience Here is a video that presents an overview of some workshops that I offered in 3 Parisian colleges. Thank you to all those who have, directly or indirectly, contributed to the success of this project, especially the teachers and students! Your welcome was heartening!
Mail art workshop at the Musée de La Poste in Paris!
I had a lot of fun leading mail art workshops at the Musée de La Poste as part of the Journées européennes du Patrimoine in Paris. Here is a video that tells the story of the workshop offered on September 18, 2022.
A Studio open to visitors
For me, the studio is a welcoming place to meet and exchange. And so, it is always with pleasure that I receive visitors. Would you like to live the experience of phosphorescence in real life? Just email , and I will make time for a visit.
Mail art Retrospective
The first retrospective mustering 25 years of mail art production was held at the Maison de la culture Janine-Sutto from November 19, 2020 to April 1, 2021. Visit the section dedicated to the POSTEZ L’ART ! event, which included an exhibition, a residency and cultural mediation activities!
Phosphorescence: a technique developed over time.
To learn a little more about the technique I have developed over the years with phosphorescence, watch this video made by Marc-André Barsalou in my studio a few years ago to music signed by Geneviève Toupin.