Interlude - Balcony
Interlude captures a moment that briefly presented an opportunity for alterations. The intention is to assemble a befitting or definitive line imagery that changes the story of a certain spot, providing a different breathing space to the ordinary.
(5 x 8.5 inches, Ink on Paper)
The collection ponders on familiarity of affection through a triad of people. The ordinary composed the thought that ‘three people are most intimate’ – that it is not enough to fill a circle but stable enough to build a bond that is easily revived. Triad reminds the self to recollect the memory shared with the pillars in life.
France Daffon is currently a Videographer with a couple of years of experience in directing and writing. At the same time, she explores abstract art that picked up recognition since last year. Her work is influenced by her eager exploration of the impermanent definition of beauty. The self-reflective process initiates the acceptance of 'what is' and 'what was' without overthinking the outcome and reducing the inherent beauty of every subject. Daffon’s introspective approach is a response to create an intimate relationship between solitude and connection, which then highlights imperfection.