The message is not easy, because it uses simple truth of experience and humanity to leave displaced or perhaps bring a bitterly smile, once you have found the key to understanding.
The trial to understand is in the image, choosing to fight, to disillusion, to deflect and then to back on the right way.
You can think of being in front of a big photo album, without the author's name and without the names of the people represented and that is what torments us secretly.
However we find reassurance in the fact that those acts and those faces are ours because we find ourselves.
The use of gray and black is a constant necessity of expression that crystallizes figures over time. As old photographs, witnesses of a distant past, they acquire authority in transmitting the message ever present in each of them.
Spray paint, graphite, oil pastel, marker on wooden tables retrieved from the road.