I N T E L L I G E N C E
Foetus au piano. Encre et pastel. 50x65 cm. Paris 1992.
Le feu du Savoir. Encre et pastel. 50x65 cm. Paris, 1992.
Evolution. Encre. 50x65 cm. Paris, 1992.
L'avènement du dauphin. Encre et pastel. 50x65 cm. Paris, 1992.
L'inspiration. Encre et pastel. 40x50 cm. Paris, 1991.
What characterizes human intelligence above all are its cognitive faculties, its capacity for reasoning, abstraction and adaptation to the environment and changes.
Unfortunately and unlike all other animal species, especially evolved mammals, Man is the only species to have modified, then destroyed and sacrificed his environment to the extent of his insatiable needs.
Our species has not yet reached adulthood to understand, on the one hand, that it needs nature to evolve towards its true salvation and, on the other hand, that all that it conceives, imagines or invents is in fact inspired only by what already exists in the macroscopic or microscopic world.
In reality, man creates nothing. He only composes his music with notes already inscribed on the score of a Universe from which we do not know where or how it was conceived.