This drawing is scalpel-cut and is part of the "Cut" series, composed of drawings, prints, burns and erotic cuts. Here, the paper becomes the skin itself, the plastic operations the caresses or scratches. Always obsessed with drawing, I experiment with what happens when the tool passes under the plane of the paper, the drawing is almost a microsculpture, the sensuality of my gesture and my relationship to paper being like the plastic counterpart of the loving state in question. These experiences allow me to address issues that are dear to me, such as female sexuality and feminism. These drawings are resistant to the eye, you have to find the right light, the right point of view so that the drawing, made up only of shadow and light, appears to us. I find this idea of an appearance particularly conducive to talking about love and intimacy. The drawing is sold with its custom-made frame, under anti-reflective glass.