If Gaël Rouxeville's works invite
contemplation, they are also an excellent support for reflection and
meditation. This is also the case with "Deep Inside, Deep Outside",
which presents a moray eel crossing a ring.
The vision can evoke
the animal in its natural environment, walking through the window of a
wreck, the title leaving ambiguity on the fact of entering or leaving.
The notion of door, of passage, and of evolution is thus evoked in a
very open way, which thus invites levels of reading on several levels.
Among others, we can mention the fact that the point of view influences
our look and our perceptions, the fact that entering a place implies
leaving another, but also that we cannot evolve without going deep
In short, we can affirm that, for those who know
how to approach it, this work is much more complex and rich than it
appears at first glance.
71 x 55 x 27 cm