OCD

Obsessive-compulsive disorder is characterized by the outbreak of intrusive thoughts occurring against the will of the subject. These thoughts are associated with rituals in order for the patient to be able to reduce his anxiety.

The subject feels compelled to follow a repetitive behaviour or a mental act with strict rules. These flashes of madness, which overwhelm the subject’s reason make him switch instantly from self control to machine-like automatism.

These rituals are series of gestures recognised as irrational, but nevertheless repeated in an invasive way, like a personal mysticism.

voyageur

TOC voyageur (OCD traveler)
2013
acrylic on canvas
130 cm x 100 cm

TOC

TOC rythme (OCD rhythm)
2013, exhibited
acrylic on canvas
130 cm x 100 cm

TOC metier a tisser

TOC tisseuse (OCD weaver)
2013
acrylic on canvas
130 cm x 100 cm

TOC oscillo 2

TOC oscilloscope
2013, exhibited and sold
acrylic on canvas
130 cm x 100 cm

TOC 3

TOC parole (OCD talk)
2013, exhibited
acrylic on canvas
130 cm x 100 cm