My artistic approach revolves around the Mix-Race identity and arises in the form of two questions: - How being visibly Mixed Race can spark an artistic practice?
– In the era of a postmodernism in which the notion of multiculturalism is applied to all domains, how does an art practice can become a re-appropriation of the Mixed Race experience?
These two axes allow me to position myself as a Mixed Race artist and to push my creative process towards an overcoming of the concept of mixity whether biological or cultural. Overcoming the historical context, the manufacture of races and the notion of purity to which the notion of biological mixing refers. Exceeding the praise of multiculturalism as liberating thought, economic-political strategy and a marketing product of postmodernism. To this end, I decided to create a visual language by drawing inspiration from both the aesthetics of abstract painting and my experiential experience as a Mixed Race to produce an abstract photographic and pictorial iconography. My process of creation is revealed by the experimentation of the photographic medium as well as the shooting in motion and other techniques because, it seems to me that the traditional fixed and static photography can not translate the indefinite (central aspect) of the Mix race as a condition and not as a state, a postmodern product, or a biological notion that oppose any notion of racial, cultural, artistic and aesthetic purity.