top of page

passport for the man without a confession

Sculpture - 2018

Protocol: Passport issued during a trip to Beirut for all individuals considered to be outside society.

This work testifies to the long journey the artist made last April to Beirut. Every day, his feeling. More than a travel diary, the artist asked himself the question of what would have been the passport of a person called "without confession". Indeed, after the First World War, the passport gradually became mandatory for the majority of the population, except for illegal immigrants or vagrants considered as "people without a confession". This legal term reflects the status of an unrecognized person without fire or place. Here is a carefully crafted passport. The artist's emotions and impressions as an entry into the territory, with only one need from the beginning to the end of the journey, to transcribe the inner experience she had made of it.



bottom of page