Question: Tell me about “Closer To Me Than Myself”
The ” Two ” symbolize the battle between the ego and the alter ego. The viewer is placed in the position of the alter ego in relation to the characters represented in my work.
Looking at others, we recognize oneself… Paradoxically, there is a narcissistic aspect relating to others, as it revisits its own image. As for the mirror effect, we find ourselves bound and locked by the “link” that takes us back inevitably to ourselves and thus we are removed from the outside.
The issue of duality that accompanies all individuals….To be free from all doubts and all dangers, we hide behind our “other self” inseparable but unknown.