A kind of cheekiness
We owe most of our expertise and our vision of the world to an infinity of life experiences. All those experiences are rooted in the relationship we had as children with nature and the world around us. Our eagerness to create, our passion for images and words, originates from the magic of our childlike soul.
«… Our eyes always turn to the most obvious and confirm what we already know. Children are less conditioned than adults and capture the mysteries of what’s hidden behind, of withdrawn presences. Our little Tibetan friends haven’t been fooled. Their fingers immediately pointed at it. “Saä!” they shouted. Not that their mountain life had sharpened their eyes, but their child’s eyes refused to be led towards the certainty of the given. They were exploring the edges of reality. Definition of an artistic insight: seeing wild animals behind a banal facade…” »
SYLVAIN TESSON – The Snow Leopard