Portrait with paintings

Having a need for images amounts to creating an internal mirror, in other words, a speculum mundi which expresses our attitude towards the reality that lies outside our body. The desire for images is consequently the work of our interior which consists of creating, based on each one of our valid points of view, a possible and acceptable object for our memory. We can only see what we know: there is no vision beyond my knowledge. The desire for images resides in the anticipation of our memory and in the optic instinct which seeks to appropriate the world's splendor - its light and darkness.