Mon travail artistique est habité par des obsessions. Obsession des couleurs comme le rose et le vert, obsession des figures comme les visages de femmes et des enfants. Mon parcours peut se lire comme un entêtement à essayer de comprendre la violence et à tenter de la faire disparaitre.

Le dessin et la peinture sont mes média principaux car ils me permettent le plus efficacement et directement de développer mon expression artistique.

Je crois que dans l’art il y a une issue, une libération.

Self-portrait, child portrait, hotel rooms and architecture drawings, child sculpture made of reinforced concrete, warrior penguins made of plaster, colors - green, umber, raw umber, burnt sienna, Prussian blue, cereleum, ultramarine, titanium white, zinc white, pink, flesh pink...
My painting is a quest for flesh pink. The pink of the skin, of the flesh. Im' obsessed with pink.

Pink makes me think of cannibalism. Eating human flesh. Eating yourself. The taboo.

Since I started painting, I paint self-portraits, as if it were a statement, as if I had to convince myself that I exist.
Algerian, born from a construction worker father who immigrated to France, I used to admire art from afar. Painting, a supreme and sacred art to my eyes, has particularly always been taboo to me.

Through painting, I free myself. I free myself of my personal history and of the contemporary history of the world which dictates that an African woman artist coming from European ex-colonies must do new media art and talk about topical issues, and above all must not express herself through painting.

Drawing is my foundation, painting is my main field.