An awareness now pushes me to see art as an experience.
The notion of transparency fascinates me.
It places me in a sensitive, dematerialized and almost empty space, that allows me to see in front of what is behind, outside what is inside, it allows me to see what we could not see.
Working with transparent matter: it is exploring the relationship to space, what is hidden, what is forbidden.
I believe that using transparency means forcing the viewer to stop perceiving the formal mass he is used to seeing, and to confront a different environment that places the work between the visible and the invisible.
As a result, it allows a versatile vision that goes beyond the idea of an opaque screen or volume.
Josse SAYA – June 2019