Art as a place of experience, as tangible truth and a narration of common facts.
Through these new techniques, including virtual reality, this art generates several additional forms like documentary as well as new representations of the daily life. The creator takes the role of an observer, a witness to the object, replacing invention, interpretation and commitment by a kind of direct access to reality. This notion in Art refers to the multiples facets of everyday life but also to its pathology and the emotion it generates. To recognize that everyday life is permeated with myths, keeping it away from what true reality is supposed to be, does not distort its validity and the influence it exercises on the human existence. It gives the human being the illusion of continuity and stability he needs for his perpetuation. Constantly oscillating between the sacred and the profane, the exceptional and the banal, these rites of the everyday life are the other aspect of its ambiguity. It transposes the effect of a clever construction in constant re-establishment into a plan of natural evidence. Vanity, the typical figure of the contemporary, is declined into a lot of new forms and becomes the symbolism of works convoking both the pathos and the grotesque, the inexpressible as well as everyday nature. The image of the human under all his aspects remains the guiding principle. The human condition is presented as a substantial and tangent reality. Every means are convened to confront the spectator with their own anxiety and inhibitions, perhaps in order to make them aware of their vulnerability, whilst claiming this very notion as a creative force.