During these last three years, I’ve been working on what I call «dis-connected environments» which means urban and social microcosms that are relatively isolated from everyday reality.
Using painting, photography, video, installation, public intervention, I explore night clubs and urban nonplaces in order to reveal their state of dis-connection.
From one part, I’m analysing and interpreting this perception of a parallel reality and on the other part I’m trying to interact with it, to connect environments and its users, to disturb, modify established systems and create new possibilities.
Recently my work is focusing on urban environment that I’m emptying of its functional elements. By holowing it out of its utilitarian aspects, I’m trying to reveal its parallel existence.
Portfolio on http://www.disconnectedmacha.be