On the white background, we obtain architectural figures that give us the feeling of uncontrolled chaos.
That apparently uncontrolled chaos is for me the essence of painting
On the other hand, black light, almost imperceptible to the human eye, modifies the environment and makes its perception and that of movement unreal. The space is no longer just the container of the work, but it becomes the work itself. The visitor is enveloped in a perceptive ecstasy in which emotional reactions are amplified, a fact that forces him to seek balance between his intangible interiority and his physical and real body. I look for that effect in “City lights”.