wysiwyg, 2015. Installation

wysiwyg is a reflection of our imaginary/imagined freedoms.
A first-degree approach confronts us with our own image, evoking feelings of vanity but also of inevitable uncertainties that surround our perceptions
of self-worth.
Looking deeper into the field, which situates us, the viewer, behind a fence, other contexts come to surface, in particular the loss of fundamental rights and privileges that tend to drive 21st Century society as a whole. Manipulating the literality of the material, shows us the world from a new critical perspective and forces us to both imagine and confront other realities.