ink and pencil on tracing paper, cm. 200 x 40

center center
This series of drawings is at the origin of the complex work developed around the myth of the Gorgon. The words and images in mixed pictorial technique are inscribed along different rolls of tracing paper: a kind of visual litany that unfolds its evocative powers. The stories intersect along a tentacle that connects Medusa to his killer Perseus, and Perseus to his mother Danae, to the rain of gold from Zeus who fecundated her.