The Clair project (2014) is composed of a series of photographic works and installations constructed through the recovery and selection of early twentieth-century material from the archives of former psychiatric institutions and private collections.
The project is based on a continuous dialogue between the different approaches used by the artist to carry out the research: science as a scale of measurement, the unconscious as a subject and personal perception as a result. Scientific measurement prevails in the installations, while the unconscious and perception are evident in the photographic compositions. In the latter the unnamed faces seem to speak of dreamlike experiences somewhere between lucidity and confusion.