nous partout (we everywhere) is a cycle of thirteen oil paintings on linen canvas.
They are a result of an arrangement between the portrait of a family core and 13 sets, coming from other black and white photos from the sixties and seventies.
The family group, a triangular composition of 4 children concentrated around a grown-up woman (mother or grandmother), remains immovable in 13 sets.
The characters seem unchanging (only the colour of their clothes varies). But under the obvious indifference for the places in which they appear, is born little by little the sensation that they are the creators more than the creatures. It is a reformation and constant and mutual deformation which takes place between the content and the container.
nous partout has become the symbol of a hybrid identity, the crystallization of a cultural mix, the search for a lost family network and reconstruction from fragile and valueless elements.