Nudity is put to the service of a scenic drama : that of Gaïa and her son Uranus. While flesh
floods our screens and daily lives, we must consider it again according to the codes of the
theatre and free ourselves from archetypal standards of beauty. The viewer can contemplate
the threshold between bodies, see the distance between the bodies themselves and get
caught up in the emotional game that comes across beyond the carnal vision.

The scene seems to have been performed without the actor's knowledge, like a primal scene
known to all, captured by the memory mirror of the camera.

The destitution of the place, the subtletly of the colours and light that cross it add a troubling,
suggestive aspect to these posed photographic scenes.