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… everything that needs a certain orientation is Mecca-oriented. And the nice thing for me is to imagine that different works, like the ghorfa in Cameroon, the one that I have just finished in France, or the one in Singapore, are in different places in the world but all oriented towards the same point. I like that. I imagine them as if I were flying and looking at them from above and seeing how they are oriented, like there’s a certain organization, certain aesthetics, like the cosmos.
About the spiritual dimension of his artistic practice and his new works in public space as part of La Forêt d’Art Contemporain, France.