"I think that the narrative -or experience- of this exhibition could be that of plots in hollow. In a blurred mist, the beginning and outcome of actions are missing. They seem to be in progress but their unfolding or their purpose remain difficult to identify precisely. It is up to the witness to fill in the gaps in a situation that seems to be neither right nor wrong and whose investigation seems to be neither true nor false.
It has been said that the approximation of language creates doubtful truths. It has also been said that reality includes elements that are sufficiently vague to generate de facto approximate representations. This leaves us, in a vacuum, with all the things, both of language and of reality, that are simultaneously (and interdependently) true and false, right and wrong, appeared and disappeared.
Are there things that are true because they are false?
One can voluntarily accept this vagueness, these non-contradictory ambiguities. This naturally projects towards a form of positively desperate quest. This is the quest we are talking about.”